MAY 2017
SAFETY & SECURITY SERIES: Hurricane Preparedness For Business 
In partnership with the Tampa Police Department, we  invite you to join us at Tampa Police District One headquarters on Friday, June 2nd, 8:30-10AM t o learn more about how to prepare your business for a potential land-falling tropical storm or hurricane, the Emergency Access Card program , new crime-fighting tools and more.

Space is limited, RSVP required. Register Today

Have you had to put a preparedness plan into action? We'd love to hear from you! Contact Shawn Fogarty at 813-289-5488 or by email.

Additional Resources:

First Quarter 2017 Crime Stats
Overall crime in the Westshore District continues to decline!

*Part One Crimes based on FBI Crime Reporting Data, click here for descriptions.

Source: Tampa Police D
epartment, District One. Grids: 67,68,76,77,89,117,118,119,120,149,150,151.
Crime Reports
The Alliance reviews the latest crime statistics and crime trend reports published by the Tampa Police Department. Reports are emailed weekly to those individuals requesting the m. Click here for more information.
ICYMI! Safety & Security Series: CPTED Recap  
On March 3rd, in partnership with the Tampa Police Department, we hosted the first of quarterly crime prevention seminars at TPD District One. Attendees learned more about Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED), Crime Free Multi-Housing, Community Roll Call and Conversations, Trespass Affidavits and more. In case you missed it, read the full recap here .
New Crosswalks in Westshore
The Alliance continues our commitment to improving safety for pedestrians in the Westshore area. Through the Westshore Special Services district, new high visibility red brick pattern thermoplastic crosswalks were installed on Cypress Street at Reo Street and Frontage Road.  In the coming months, several more crosswalks in Westshore will be upgraded.
Want to help improve pedestrian safety in Westshore?
Vision Zero is a national initiative for zero traffic fatalities, and the Hillsborough Metropolitan Planning Organization is leading local efforts along with several partner organizations including the Westshore Alliance. Read more about  Vision Zero  to find out how you can get involved, and pinpoint pedestrian safety concerns on the project's  interactive map .
TPD Project REC "Register Every Camera"
The Tampa Police Department's latest community initiative is focused on keeping a digital eye on crime. Project REC creates a network of community members who are willing to share video footage with police officers actively working to track down criminals.  Get more information and register your camera online  here.
Police Non-Emergency 
(813) 231-6130
Code Enforcement
(813) 274-5545
Animal Control 
(813) 744-5660
Solid Waste
(813) 348-1112
Crime Stoppers of Tampa Bay (800) 873-TIPS
Crisis Center 2-1-1
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