Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Landlord Training Program


A Practical Seminar for Landlords and Property Managers

Wednesday September 29, 2010 (South side location)

Wednesday October 27, 2010 (North side location)

Time: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM*

*Sign -in begins at 8:00 AM. Course starts at 8:30.

The Marion County Prosecutor’s Office, in partnership with Weed and Seed & Drug Free Marion County, is sponsoring a training course to help landlords enhance the quality of life for residents of their properties and their neighbors by keeping illegal activity out of their rental properties. This program was originated by Campbell-DeLong Resources, Inc, of Portland, Oregon, with funding provided by the Department of Justice. The training helps landlords and property managers improve management skills and contribute more effectively to the health and safety of communities. Over 550 jurisdictions, from 47 states and 3 nations, have received permission to adapt the program materials to suit their local circumstances.

The course includes information on applicant screening, rental agreements, warning signs of drug and gang activity, crisis resolution, and the CPTED (Crime Prevention through Environmental Design) method of property and grounds maintenance to reduce and prevent crime.

This free 1-day course provides practical tips on how to reduce the likelihood of nuisance violations and drug, gang and illegal activity occurring in and around rental property and what to do if it happens.

For registration information, contact

Charles Wheeler at (317) 327-1406 or



September 29, 2010 @ La Quinta Inn 465 and S Emerson Av.


October 27, 2010 @ 3120 E 30th street IMPD North District.

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