The OSC plan will be independently evaluated throughout the five-year period by the University of Memphis’ Public Safety Institute.
GOVERNOR BILL LEE TO SPEAK AT FORUM ON CONNECTINGEX-OFFENDERS TO JOBS
Governor Bill Lee will be among the speakers at a June 11 forum co-sponsored by the Memphis Shelby Crime Commission on ways to connect skilled ex-offenders to jobs in the Memphis area. Read the Newsletter.
2018 Annual Report
A non-profit, private corporation governed by a diverse 50-member board of directors, the Memphis Shelby Crime Commission is the leading community-based entity focused on public safety. It has created unprecedented partnerships with businesses, schools, neighborhood organizations, public safety agencies and local violence prevention organizations working to make Memphis and Shelby County a safer place. Read the Full Report
- A tougher state law for convicted felons in possession of guns
- Priority placed on prosecuting gun crimes by both federal and state prosecutors - with a new no plea bargaining policy on state cases for convicted felons in possession of guns
- An effective effort to communicate to the street level the consequences of committing a gun crime - with the ultimate goal of changing behavior
Family Safety Center
The Family Safety Center is one location that effectively combines civil, criminal, health and social services for victims of family violence. Visit their website for more information.