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One Safe Place is a comprehensive crime prevention agency
devoted to preventing crime and violence in Tarrant County's neighborhoods, schools and homes.

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FAMILY JUSTICE CENTER

A family justice center is the bringing together of a multi-agency network,
under one roof, dedicated to providing coordinated services to victims of
domestic violence and their children

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Make a tip to Crime Stoppers of Tarrant County in a safe, anonymous, and in some cases profitable way.

Crime Stoppers helps to reduce crime – and the fear of crime – in homes, schools, businesses, and communities countywide. Essential to continued public safety, Crime Stoppers is the only program of its kind.

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The first step in winning the battle for the hearts and minds of our children and youth is to ensure there are sufficient ideas in the "marketplace" to compete with those that spread violence and hate. That's what Imagine No Violence is all about.

 

IMAGINE NO VIOLENCE

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Camp Hope
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CAMP HOPE TEXAS

Camp Hope Texas is a week-long adventure camp for kids exposed to violence with a special curriculum designed to develop healthy sense of self and hope for the future.

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Fort Worth Police Bike Patrol

BIKE PATROL SUPPORT GROUP

The Police Bike Support Group is a committee of One Safe Place, the Tarrant County Crime Prevention Agency. The PBSG assists officers of the Fort Worth Police Bike Patrol Unit and other bike-certified officers across the department by providing equipment, uniforms, special training, and recognition. Through community oriented programs the PBSG promotes the value of bike patrol to the city of Fort Worth.

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PROJECT SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD

The Project Safe Neighborhood Program (PSN) is designed to create safer neighborhoods and to reduce gun and gang violence by employing a research-driven, intelligence-led, and problem-solving approach to crime prevention.

The program’s effectiveness is based on this cooperation of local, state and federal agencies engaged in a united approach led by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Northern District of Texas. The Tarrant County multi-disciplinary partnership is called the Criminal Incident Response Team or CIRT and uses the five design features of PSN, partnership, strategic planning, training, outreach and accountability.

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