Black on Black Crime Prevention Program
The program's objective is to motivate the community to support, promote and participate in crime prevention activities. Informs the community of the serious ramifications of the Black-on-Black crime problem and facilitates the mobilization of the community to participate in crime prevention efforts and activities to reduce crime within their communities. The program partners with law enforcement agencies, churches, youth groups, neighborhood organizations and community residents.
28th Annual Crime Prevention Run & Family Festival - Saturday, September 15, 2012 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM (ET)
One Success Story
On Saturday, February 11, 2012 the parking lot of the Sweetbay Supermarket in Tangerine Plaza became the sight of a community festival. Estimates of up to four hundred people attended this family-friendly gathering of merchants, service providers, entertainers and others who filled the lot with goods, food, music, laughter and information for all. The Pinellas County Urban League, through its Black-on Black Crime Prevention Program, created a table display to share information about the organization and current service offerings. Read More...