Presenters of other training sessions included Tim Potter of Dowl HKM, Dennis McMillan of the Foraker Group, Hazel Blackmore of NeighborWorks Anchorage, Beth Nordlund of the Anchorage Park Foundation and Kitty Farnham of the Alaska Humanities Forum.
Dr. Chamard’s three-hour session covered:
- disaster preparedness at the neighborhood level
- the difference between illegal and undesirable behavior in public spaces
- problem-solving partnerships with the police
- use of crime prevention through environmental design and civil remedies
- social strategies for dealing with crime and disorder problems