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- Blueprints For Violence Prevention (Colorado study identifies only 10 crime prevention programs that could be proven effective)
- Crime Doctor
- Criminal Watch
- The Foundation Center (finding grants from foundations online)
- Graffiti Hurts
- International CPTED Association (based in Canada, this group has an annual conference on CPTED - Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design)
- Keep America Beautiful
- N.A.I.L.E.M. (Arizona Neighborhood group)
- National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence
- National Criminal Justice Reference Service
- National Safe Kids Campaign (Safety advice, product information, and initiatives).
- The 9-1-1 Fire Police Medical Web (A web site with links to all known Police, Fire, and Medical web sites. If you'd like to see their links page for our state, click on the word Arizona.
- Royal Canadian Mounted Police
- U.S. Consumer Gateway (Telemarketing fraud, and consumers info)
- United States Department of Justice (Weed and Seed, children's safety)
- United States Department of the Treasury (If You Suspect A Counterfeit)
- United States Postal Service (Mail theft)
- United States Secret Service (Know Your Money)
- Your Home Security Site
- Be Safe, Be Secure. Your practical guide to crime reduction booklet from the Home Office in London, England.