Spotlight: Community Safety
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Housing Development and Preservation, Other Housing Topics—In honor of Veterans' Day, a collection of resources that can help us help those who served
Housing Development and Preservation—HUD webcast explains new affirmatively furthering fair housing (AFFH) process
Arts & Culture—A new national report examines how museums and libraries influence revitalization efforts in their neighborhoods
Arts & Culture, Rural Community Development—How homegrown creative placemaking initiatives are spurring growth in rural areas
Health & Wellness—New study examines health centers' expansion plans in the face of growing needs
Commercial Corridors—Practical advice from LISC's MetroEdge commercial corridor revitalization program
Other Housing Topics—Webinar offers guidance on HUD's new Fair Housing rule.
More on Community Safety
Community Safety's Key Ingredient: Trust Building trusting relationships between community members and law enforcement is challenging, but essential
Working Together To Make Everyone Safer Community-police partnerships are more critical than ever to bring safety to troubled neighborhoods.
Want to know what community policing looks like in practice? Dance-offs.
See more stories about Community Safety in the In The News section.
Local Community Safety Efforts Bring Both Challenge and Inspiration Key Lessons from the Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation program
The resources included in our 2014 Community safety spotlight can be viewed here.
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