Tuesday, June 17, 2008

"Safe Neighborhoods" Meeting

SAFE NEIGHBORHOODS is a collaborative network of block watches across Pittsburgh. Sponsored by Pittsburgh Community Reinvestment Group, the goal is to bring neighborhood public safety activists together to share strategies, discuss root causes of crime across communities, receive training from public safety experts, and build safe communities from the grassroots up.

For cross-community discussion and training on cutting-edge strategies, join us at our kick-off from 12-4 p.m. on Saturday, June 28, in the Bayer Hall Rotunda at Duquesne University, Uptown Pittsburgh.

To RSVP for food, contact Andrew Macurak, PCRG Program Coordinator, at amacurak@pcrg.org or 412-391-6732 x210.

Duquesne University is served by the 61, 71, and 500 buslines and Steel Plaza "T" station. Parking will be validated. Click here for a campus map.

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