Project: Safe Streets

Leaders with the City of Fayetteville are working closely with stakeholders in the community to address the problem of crime. On April 11, 2014, the City hosted the Safe Streets Symposium, an event that invites organizations, agencies and individuals invested in the betterment of our community to come together to discuss how to make Fayetteville and Cumberland County a safer community.

Members of the community are invited to participate in the discussion and find ways of improving our community. Updates from the symposium will be posted here as well. Please take a moment to participate in the forums. Your input will play a role in helping to improve our community.

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Attachment: Video - Safe Streets PSA

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During the Safe Streets Symposium, participants split into different groups to brainstorm on ways of combating crime. The following topics are the main topics identified during the break-out sessions. Please take a moment and share your thoughts, and suggestions on the ideas generated during the symposium. 

What is the one thing you can do to help make our streets safer?

What challenges does the community in Fayetteville face when it comes to reducing crime?