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  1. SAFETY FOCUS GROUP MEETING July 2013

  2. AGENDA • Welcome and Introduction • CN Goals • Metrics • Resident Survey Findings • Mapping • Discussion on Data Collected • Discussion on Additional Data to be Collected • Next Meeting

  3. AGENDA Choice Neighborhood Goals • People: Support positive outcomes for families who live in the target development and the surrounding neighborhood, particularly outcomes related to residents’ Economic Self-Sufficiency, safety, employment, and mobility; • Housing: Transform distressed public and assisted housing into energy efficient, mixed-income housing that is physically and financially viable over the long-term; • Neighborhood: Transform distressed, high-poverty neighborhoods into viable, mixed-income and sustainable neighborhoods with access to well-functioning services, high quality public schools and Economic Self-Sufficiency programs, high quality early learning programs and services, public transportation, and improved access to jobs.

  4. Comprehensive Needs Assessment • Metrics to Measure Achievement: • Part I violent crime rates (per 1,000 residents) • Number and percentage reporting feeling safer Safety Outcome Residents feel safe in their neighborhood

  5. RESIDENT SURVEY RESULTS

  6. 20. Do you feel safe in your neighborhood? • Yes 76%; No 24% • 21. How would you describe the level of crime in your neighborhood?

  7. 22. How has the level of crime in your neighborhood changed in the past year?

  8. 23. What types of crime are most common in your neighborhood?

  9. 23. What types of crime are most common in your neighborhood?

  10. 24. What could the Housing Authority do to reduce crime in your neighborhood?

  11. 24. What could the Housing Authority do to reduce crime in your neighborhood?

  12. DATA MAPPED

  13. Discussion on Data Collected • What are the major findings of the resident survey? • What do the maps tell us?

  14. Collecting Remaining Baseline Data • Additional Metrics to Measure Achievement: • Data from the Kingsport FIRE and Emergency Response; • Data from the Red Cross; • Data from Kingsport Parks and Recreation on crime and vandalism; Safety Outcome Residents feel safe in their neighborhood

  15. Next Meeting Date and Time? • Project Website: http://www.kingsportchoice.com/