Southeast Seattle Crime Prevention Council

SSCPC's role

The Southeast Seattle Crime Prevention Council (SSCPC) is an incorporated non-profit community organization which strives to promote partnerships among residents, schools, businesses/merchants, the Seattle Police Department, social service agencies and government entities to effectively address public safety issues. SSCPC works to address community concerns in the following ways:

  • Holds monthly meetings, open to the public, designed to promote understanding of community, law enforcement and criminal justice issues
  • Supports increased police interactions on the streets
  • Supports neighborhood graffiti clean-ups
  • Monitors and impacts local/state policies regarding relevant quality-of-life issues
  • Reduces crime through enhanced block and business watch efforts
  • Works to further community/police partnerships
  • Co-sponsors local crime prevention education efforts

SSCPC mission statement

The mission of the Southeast Seattle Crime Prevention Council (the “Council”) shall be to strengthen the community within its defined boundaries by working on issues of crime and public safety that impact the quality of life and community spirit.

SSCPC meetings

Meetings are held the first Wednesday of most months from 7:00pm - 8:30pm. Meetings are usually held at the SE Senior Center, 4655 S. Holly St. (corner of Rainier Ave. S. & S. Holly St.) Meetings are usually not scheduled for August or January. Meeting schedule is subject to change for holidays.

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