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Driving down the crime rate
One year later, property crime has been dramatically reduced by our efforts in the Smashed Windows Club on Facebook, while the rest of Winnipeg has seen a spike.
No deductible for vandalism
I used social media and worked through the spring and summer to get more resources to deal with vandalism problems plaguing my neighbourhood. Specifically, I asked for auto insurance deductibles to be waived in the case of rampant vandalism. Dave Larkins interviewed me for a reaction to news that Manitoba Public Insurance will begin doing just that. Photo courtesy of The Winnipeg Sun.
River Heights group tracking smashed windows
I know there is strength in numbers when you want to make a change in society, and social media is the perfect way to do it. I was interviewed by Cella Lao Rousseau after starting the Smashed Window Club - River Heights when reports of rampant vehicle vandalism in the neighbourhood came to light. Photo by Kevin King courtesy of The Winnipeg Sun.
Winnipeggers launch Facebook campaign in wake of smashed windows, vehicle break-ins
One of the first interviews where I called for deductibles to be waived by MPI.