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Crime Free Multi-Housing

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Crime Free Multi-Housing
Knock Knock...it's your landlord and I have constable Mmith with me, we have a search warrant under the new conformity laws and there has been a report by
some of the other tenants that you have been seen with groceries exceeding one bag and more that one flat of bottled water in a calendar week.

Open the door now!

Edmonton Alberta

Crime Free Multi-Housing

The goal of the Crime Free Multi-Housing program is to introduce crime prevention techniques to rental property as to reduce the likelihood of criminal activity occurring on the premises. The Crime Free Multi-Housing program adheres to the principles detailed in Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design.

The City of Edmonton has a number of properties that have completed the three phases and are certified Crime Free Multi-Housing properties. As a public service, the EPS has complied a list of certified properties based on the five policing divisions throughout the city.

View Crime Free Multi-Housing Properties

Benefits of the Crime Free Multi-Housing Program
A stable, more satisfied resident base;
Increased demand for rental units with a reputation for active management;
Lower maintenance and repair costs;
Increased property values;
Improved personal safety for residents, landlords and managers; and
Peace of mind that comes from spending more time on routine management instead of crisis control.
Just as the merchant depends on the customer for his livelihood, so does the landlord depend on the tenant. This places the tenant in a unique and powerful position. By refusing to rent from landlords who close their eyes to illegal activity, you convey a clear message that the rental community will seek out responsible, dedicated landlords. Those landlords who allow illegal activity on their property will see their occupancy rates decline and their profits dwindle.

Next Crime Free Multi-Housing course

Date: Tuesday, March 19 and Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Location: Alberta Teachers Association, 11010 - 142 Street
Time: 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

For all management companies interested in registering themselves, site managers, assistant managers or maintenance staff, please contact the Edmonton Apartment Association by phone at 780-413-9773 or in person at 10544-106 Street.

For more information, please contact 780-421-3425. To learn more about the responsibilities of renting, visit The Property, The Neighbourhood, The Landlord, and The Tenant sections of our site.

The program consists of three phases
Phase 1

Two-day workshop that teaches the concepts of creating a crime-free building;
Those attending the workshop will be given a 12 chapter manual that provides additional community resources for tenants, landlords, and property managers;
Includes presentations on Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED), drug and gang awareness, fire safety, and the Crime Free Lease Addendum;
Upon completion of the Crime Free Multi-Housing (CFMH) workshop, a pre-inspection needs to be scheduled with the CFMH coordinator to determine what upgrades need to be completed in order to pass the Phase 2 inspection.
Phase 2

A complete inspection of your building by a certified CFMH official; there are nine mandatory components the buildings must pass to be fully certified.
This individual will determine if the upgrades recommended during the pre-inspection have been completed. If this inspection is passed, the Phase 2 Certificate will be issued.
Phase 3

The property owner/manager will organize a Safety Social with the building tenants;
A police officer will deliver presentations on Crime Prevention and the concept of the Crime Free Multi-Housing Program.
The strength of Crime Free Multi-Housing Program lies in the ongoing maintenance needed to remain in the program. In order to maintain Crime-Free status, a property manager must:

Ensure his / her property passes a yearly inspection;
Organize a Safety Social every two years (try to schedule the same day with the yearly inspections);
Complete a 1/2 day recertification course every three years.