About

ABOUT ONE SAFE PLACE

Chairman

Joel Glenn, Chair - VP & Director of Security, Bass Companies

One Safe Place is a comprehensive crime prevention agency devoted to preventing crime and violence in Tarrant County's neighborhoods, schools and homes. 501C3 

Board Leadership

 

Joel Glenn, Chair - VP & Director of Security, Bass Companies
Rhoda Bernstein - Civic Leader
Mike Berry - President, Hillwood Properties
Tim Carter - President & CEO, Retired, Southside Bank
Dan Feehan - President & CEO, Cash America
Lisa Fortson - Civic Leader
Kevin Gullatt - Director of Risk Management, Bass Companies
Adele Johnson - Civic Leader
Dee Kelly, Jr - President & Director, Kelly, Hart & Hallman
Rosa Navejar - President, The Rios Group
Len Roberts - Chairman & CEO, Retired, Radio Shack
Matthew Rose - Executive Chairman, Berkshire Hathaway
Sheila Underwood - Director of Patient Access Management, Texas Health Huguley Hospital 

One Safe Place

OUR LEADERSHIP TEAM

Ken Shetter, President

Ken Shetter, President  

Michelle Morgan, VP and Director of the Family Justice Center

Michelle Morgan, VP and Director of the Family Justice Center 

Grant Summers, VP of Finance

Grant Summers, VP of Finance

Felipe Gutierrez, VP of Developement and Engagement

Felipe Gutierrez, VP of Development and Engagement

HISTORY

2005

  • Safe City Commission is formed as an umbrella crime prevention agency and merges with the Fort Worth Citizens Bike Patrol Support Group. Original programs included Imagine No Violence, Crime Stoppers, Safe City Fort Worth and the Bike Patrol Support.

2006

  • New programming, including youth mentoring and professional training and education is added.

2007

  • Safe City Commission is awarded its first Project Safe Neighborhoods grant.

2008

  • Focus group study of Fort Worth gang members is commissioned. Among other findings, the study identified a link between gang membership and growing up in a violent home.

2009

  • Program is established to provide intervention services for children who witness violence.

2010

  • Safe City Commission leads strategic planning to explore the establishment of a family justice center to serve Tarrant County.

2012

  • Safe City Commission opens the One Safe Place Family Justice Center in temporary facilities.

2014

  • The first Camp Hope Texas is held, hosting 41 campers. The One Safe Place Family Justice center moves into its permanent home, becoming the largest and most comprehensive family justice center in the world.

2015

  • Safe City Commission begins conducting all of its business under the name "One Safe Place".

2019

  • One Safe Place partners with Grace in Grapevine and opens a satellite office.

Annual Reports