CRIME FREE MULTI-HOUSING PROGRAM OVERVIEW
There are more than 224 apartment communities in the City limits of Orlando. Currently, more than 30 apartment communities in the City participate in the Crime Free Multi-Housing program and more than 3,000 persons are entered into the Crime Free Offender List.
We are using three separate databases to monitor, maintain and distribute information on Tenant Criminal Violations and General Offenders.
- The Easy Tracking database is used in-house to manage data on all apartment communities and the G.O.A.L (General Offender Awareness List).
- The OPD Record Management System (RMS) tracks arrests on all properties currently in the CFMH Program.
- The Easy Tracking database has a public access side that allows managers to access the G.O.A.L. by using an OPD-issued password.
This concept was created, developed, and implemented by the Orlando Police Crime Prevention Team and is now being made available to the International Crime Free community. The Database lists all persons arrested on Crime Free Certified Properties, as well as other properties in the Database. All adult misdemeanor and felony arrests are entered into the database. Juvenile felonies are entered into the database. All information in the G.O.A.L. Database meets public records standards and rules.
There are thousands of arrests to date that have been captured by our RMS CFMH Database. This database was designed and built specifically for the CFMH Program by City of Orlando Technology Management Personnel.
How the three databases work together
- Apartment communities are entered into the Easy-Tracking database.
- The communities are then entered into the RMS CFMH database.
- The RMS then captures the arrest of a resident of a CFMH property (anywhere in the city), and any arrest on a CFMH property. (The system updates nightly at 2200 hours).
- The CFMH coordinator checks the RMS database daily and enters all arrests (except Juvenile misdemeanors), into the G.O.A.L. database. (This information is available only to CFMH Certified properties).
- The CFMH coordinator then emails a form with the arrestee’s information and case information.
Crime Free Multi-Housing CPTED Requirements
- 180 Degree eye viewer in all front doors
- One inch deadbolts on all exterior doors.
- Minimum if three (3) inch screws in strike plates or have metal door frames.
- Lift and slide protection on accessible windows (Bottom floors).
- Lift and slide protection on accessible sliding doors (Bottom floors).
- Adequate security lighting in working order throughout the property.
- Properly trimmed (CPTED Standards) landscaping on the property.
- Inoperable or vehicles with expired registration tagged and removed from the property.
- Visible display of property address from the roadway.
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