What is the Crime Prevention Foundation of Brown County?
In Brown County alone, more than 50 million additional dollars have been spent over the past decade to increase law enforcement. Although this does place more criminals behind bars, it has been proven that crime prevention measures can significantly reduce crime and be up to 10 times more cost-effective than traditional control measures. In response, the Crime Prevention Foundation of Brown County was formed to support programs which successfully target a variety of at-risk populations such as children and teens.
Annual Crime Prevention Foundation Luncheon September 26, 2013!
Held at the Clarion Hotel in Downtown Green Bay, with our host Bill Jartz. Proclamation for Crime Prevention Month by Mayor Jim Schmitt and County Executive Troy Streckenbach. DARE Essays and over $13,000 in grants awarded to local crime prevention programs!
Apply for a Grant!
If you have an idea for a program that will help keep your community safer by reducing and/or eliminating the Desire, Ability or Opportunity for a person(s) to commit a crime but you don’t have enough funds to get it up and running, we are willing to consider any crime prevention effort presented to us so click here and get started!