Come meet with Holly Springs police officers tonight to discuss current issues in Zone 4 and how you can help.
The mission of the Holly Springs Police Department T.R.A.C.E. program is to work with all citizens to preserve life, protect property and promote individual responsibility and community commitment.
Zone 4 includes all areas west of Hwy. 5 from Ash Street to Sixes Road.
T.R.A.C.E. Zone 4 Meeting
- Wednesday, Sept. 26 at 7 p.m.
- Holly Springs Municipal Courtroom
- 3235 Holly Springs Parkway
The core components of T.R.A.C.E. are community partnership and problem solving. These two components are equally important, according to the Holly Springs website. Problem solving involves identifying neighborhood crime and fear problems, understanding the conditions creating these problems, developing/implementing long-term solutions and determining the effectiveness of those solutions.
What are the Benefits of T.R.A.C.E.?
- Increased potential for reducing crime, fear of crime and addressing quality of life issues.
- It coordinates and leverages resources from all sectors for more effective strategies.
- Increases trust and understanding.
- Strengthened organizational support.
- It creates a network of assistance, guidance and technical support in problem-solving.
- It uses a more strategic approach to make a long-term impact.
- It's proactive versus reactive. Get involved...we can make a difference, but we must work together.
All residents and business owners in Holly Springs are invited to join the T.R.A.C.E. program and become a team member. For more information, call 770-345-5537.