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Crime-Free Multi-Housing Program celebrates 20 years

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A ribbon cutting was held at the Douglas County Sheriff’s Department on April 25 to celebrate 20 years of the Crime-Free Multi-Housing Program. The program is a free certificate program with three phases. Sheriff’s department representatives meet monthly with all the property managers to provide continuing education for them. Douglas County Sheriff’s Department, South Lake Tahoe Police Department and Carson City law enforcement and several property managers involved in the program attended the ribbon cutting. There are more than 85 participants certified in the program and another 40 coming on board in Carson City.


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