Flint Downtown District Weed & Seed

Flint Downtown District Weed & Seed Flint Downtown District Weed & Seed seeks to improve the lives of its residents through 4 approaches: law enforcement, community policing, prevevetion/intervention/ treatment, and neighborhood revitalization. Re-entry programs are a high priority.
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Weed and Seed, a community-based strategy sponsored by the U.S. Department of Justice, is an innovative, comprehensive multiagency approach to law enforcement, crime prevention, and community revitalization. CCDO oversees the Weed and Seed initiative. Weed and Seed is foremost a strategy-rather than a grant program-that aims to prevent, control, and reduce violent crime, drug abuse, and gang activity in designated high-crime neighborhoods across the country. The more than 250 Weed and Seed sites range in size from several neighborhood blocks to several square miles, with populations ranging from 3,000 to 50,000. The Flint Downtown District Weed & Seed project includes almost a third of the city of Flint. It is bounded by Carpenter Rd. on the North, East on Carpenter Rd. to Dupont, South on Dupont to Pasadena, Pasadena East to Industrial, Industrial South along the river to Court St., and Court St. to the West boundaries of the city of Flint. There is a picture of the Flint Downtown District Weed & Seed site map in my photos.

08/14/2015

THE WEED AND SEED PROGRAM HAS BEEN DEFUNCT FOR SEVERAL YEARS!

07/27/2013

Flint Downtown Weed and Seed ended last year when US Dept of Justice ended all Weed and Seed projects nationally.

12/28/2010

Safe Haven for youth opened October 4th, 2010 at the Haskell Center. It serves youth between the ages of 7-17, and is open from 3-6:30 pm M-F. It operates as a partnership between Weed & Seed, Boys and Girls Club of Greater Flint, Flint Police Department, and its P.A.L. program. For more info, call Jamie Gaskin at the Boys and Girls Club at 810-249-3413 or Jesse Carpenter (P.A.L. program) at 810-577-7810.

12/28/2010

CPTED Conference scheduled for March 8th & 9th at the Haskell Center. CPTED is a program of the National Crime Prevention Council which stands for "Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design". The U.S. Department of Justice CCDO office is sponsoring this event. For more information, call John C. McGarry at (810) 513-9381.

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12/28/2010

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1430 University Ave
Flint, MI
48504

Telephone

(810) 513-9381

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