Community Matters


Preventing Crime Through “Front Porch Living” “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” Helen Keller While crime effects everyone in a community in some way, crime prevention is often an afterthought. We tend to become acutely aware of crime AFTER the incident

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FACE Time; Effective Communication Tips for a Twitter-feed World

“Communication works for those who work at it”. John Powell Do you remember ever being stuck in a conversation that’s become one-sided, trying to give your captor clues that you’ve lost interest and are ready to move on; wondering if you might need to fake some sort

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The Shrek Effect

A Layered Approach to Crime Prevention “Ogres are like onions…..  Onions have layers” Shrek the Ogre, from the movie Shrek Almost everyone has had the timeless experience of sitting in a darkened theatre watching a movie that is intended for children and surprisingly laughing as much, if

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Preparing Your Company For A Healthier 2017

“Don’t wait until you’re ready to take action. Instead, take action to be ready.” Jensen Siaw Many start the New Year with a resolution…. Sometimes they last and, well, sometimes they fizzle out sooner than we’d like to admit. The intention is good, but sometimes the methods

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About CPP

The mission of the Crime Prevention Program of Southern California (CPP) is to protect our members’ assets by implementing loss prevention tactics, including free training opportunities and cutting-edge marking equipment to deter theft, as well as tracking tools to promote the recovery of your equipment in the event of a theft. CPP uses our dynamic, time-tested contact base of law enforcement and industry partners to work with your company to obtain the personalized response it deserves.

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Crime Prevention Program of Southern California
2390 E. Orangewood Ave. Suite 585
Anaheim, CA  92806

Executive Director – Melissa Somers
562-860-9006 Office
916-206-0267 Cell


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