Keep Rental Property Crime Free
Written by Criime Content Coordinator   

There are proven methods for reducing crime in rental properties. Rental property owners and managers have a great deal of control over who rents their units. They have to exercise this control in a fair but firm manner, to reduce crime in their rental properties. Neighborhood leaders should support their rental property owners in keeping crime to a minimum. 

"Do you own property in a neighborhood threatened by criminals and drug dealers?

Do you want to be a good neighbor, and help make the neighborhood safer for everyone?

The Pima County Attorney's Office is committed to crime free neighborhoods, and we have a new way to help neighborhoods that suffer from criminal activity. Criminal activity on rental property is grounds to evict tenants. Our office will work with you to remove tenants who break the law. We are asking you to join this partnership now, and work with our attorneys to evict criminals from your property."

Here's what you need to do: Pima County Attorney's Office - Crime Free lease Addendum

Also: Pima County Attorney's Community Prosecution Program
"Prosecutors have been assigned to work closely with community groups to help them learn how to use legal and municipal resources to solve neighborhood problems. Please call 740-5600 for more information."

"The Crime Free Multi-Housing Program was designed to help tenants, owners, and the managers of rental property keep drugs and other illegal activity off their property.

This program is honest and direct. It is solution oriented. It is designed to be easy, yet very effective in reducing the incident of crime in rental property."

Tucson Police Department - Crime Free Multi-Housing Program

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 03 July 2012 )
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