Crime Free Multi-Housing Program

The Hopkins Police Department has been involved in the Crime Free Multi-Housing Program since 1994. The program teaches rental property owners and managers how to keep illegal activity off of their property. The program delivers two important messages:

  • Effective property management can have a major impact on the health of a community and
  • There are accessible, legitimate techniques that can be used to stop the spread of illegal activity on rental property

Training

The program provides training to property owners and managers on tenant screening, use of the crime free/drug free lease addendum, building and property security, and Neighborhood Watch.

Phase one training is held in June and December in partnership with the St. Louis Park Police Department.

The next Phase I training will be held on Thursday, December 12, at St. Louis Park City Hall. If you are interested in attending this training, complete the registration form and return it to the St. Louis Park Police Department, 3015 Raleigh Avenue S.

NOTE: Training attendees must attend all eight hours of the Phase 1 training the day of training to obtain credit and certificate of completion.

For additional training opportunities throughout Minnesota, visit the Minnesota Crime Prevention Association website.

For questions about training, contact St. Louis Park Community Outreach Officer Ken Sysko at 952-924-2661 or Hopkins Police Services Liaison Anne Marie Buck at 952-548-6407.

Become Involved

To become involved in the Crime Free Multi-Housing Program, contact the Police Services Liaison.