FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Heather Allebaugh (407) 246-3423
Cassandra Lafser (407) 246-2182
Dyer, District 2 City Commissioner Ortiz and the Orlando Police
Department Certify Another Partner in the City’s Crime Free
Multi-Housing Unit Initiative
||Through the City’s new Crime Free
Multi-Housing Initiative, rental property owners and residents
are partnering with the Orlando Police Department to eliminate
crime in multi-housing rental properties.
On Friday, March 11, Mayor Dyer will join District 2 City
Commissioner Tony Ortiz and members of the Orlando Police
Department to certify the Danube Apartments as part of the
City’s Crime Free Multi-Housing initiative. So far, in the City,
six other apartment complexes have already been certified
through this program.
To become a certified Crime Free Multi-Housing complex, the
property owner must complete a three step program that includes
specialized training and security enhancements. Additionally all
new residents will be required to sign a lease amendment that
states residents will not engage in criminal behavior. Each
night certified complexes receive updates of residents arrested
in the complex.
||Friday, March 11, 2011 at 3 p.m.
600 Stonebridge Drive
Orlando, FL 32807