CLASP MEETING REMINDER
FOR SATURDAY June 5TH 2-4PM
COME EARLY for Meet and Greet
Doors open at 1:30p
Who is invited? Anyone connected with neighborhood safety issues across Austin.
For Immediate Release
Citizen Led Austin Safety Partnership
Please forward this to other neighborhoods,
volunteers, block captains, safety coordinators
Join Us at the Next CLASP Meet up
Saturday, June 5th 2-4pm at CTECC
Combined Transportation & Emergency
5010 Old Manor Road
click here for directions
Join us on Saturday, June 5th, 2010 at this special venue:
CTECC, the Combined Transportation & Emergency Communications Center from 2 to 4pm to meet with Austin safety leaders and volunteers who are interested in preventing crime in their neighborhoods.
Meet and Greet
Come early to introduce yourself and meet other CLASP participants, presenters and special guests. Later, get a peek at the 911 call center and the Emergency Operations Control Room on the 3rd floor of this facility.
2:00pm Meeting Begins
Sgt. Rod Reyna of Precinct 2 Constables Office
Organizing a Neighborhood Watch
Sgt. Reyna is the Community Outreach Coordinator for Constable Precinct 2 with hands-on experience establishing Neighborhood Watch groups. He has recently offered a four part seminar in the Pflugerville area on Civic Action Building Blocks. He will talk about some Neighborhood Watch practical nuts and bolts, but also the bigger picture of how a neighborhood watch can be the building block for your community.
Learn about the CTECC Center
Roger Wines, CERT Volunteer, will give us an overview of this amazing facility. Our meeting is in the Emergency Operations Center room, with some impressive display technologies that help leverage the area’s AV resources – especially its fixed-location cameras.
We will be able to view the 911 call center from above. The CTECC Operations Center brings several state, county, and municipal government agencies together under one roof so they can share command-and-control resources in the area. This unification is intended to strengthen the Travis County area’s emergency communications and traffic management.
Networking Sessions before and after the presentations
Have you been wanting to start up or revitalize a Neighborhood Watch? Meet Laura DiCarlo who has a successful block captain program in Allandale. She can give you tips, suggestions and resources.
Are you interested in Neighborhood Patrols? Check out the KVUE video here and the interview with Barton Hills NA President John Luther. He can give you an overview of how to get started.
Mary Rudig from the North Austin Coalition of Neighborhoods will be on hand to talk about:
Want to put your finger on the pulse of crime in your neighborhood?
Jack Darby will be on hand to show you the krimelabb database and how to gather crime data for your area.
See You There!
PLEASE RSVP to [email protected]!
CLASP is the Citizen Led Austin Safety Partnership that networks safety leaders and volunteers across Austin to share best practices, to learn, meet and support each other in our efforts to make Austin neighborhoods the safest in the nation.
CLASP Steering Committee