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What is the North Orange County Public Safety Task Force?

Buena Park Police Chief Corey Sianez serves as the Chairman of the North Orange County Public Safety Task Force. As he explains, this innovative partnership between public safety officers, cities and community based organizations is focused on re-entry of prisoners back into society, youth violence and homelessness. Using a state-of-the-art technology app called "Outreach Grid," the NOC Task Force has made great strides in providing solutions to people experiencing homelessness. And the organization's partnership and fund assistance of various community based organizations has shown a marked drop in youth violence and recidivism of formerly incarcerated individuals.

 

In short, the North Orange County Public Safety Task Force is a success story and has the metrics to show that it is making a real difference in our communities.

Lou Corerra and Josh Newman discuss a new collaborative effort between law enforcement and the community to address homelessness.

 

 

To read the op-ed. click here.

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Police officers are often the first responders on homelessness; they shouldn't be.

December 11, 2021

Lou Corerra and Josh Newman discuss a new collaborative effort between law enforcement and the community to address homelessness.

 

 

To read the op-ed. click here.

Breaking Down The Silos

The North Orange County Public Safety Collaborative (NOCPSC) has been effective in bringing partners together from the municipal, public safety and non-profit worlds to communicate and collaborate to effectively address homelessness, youth violence prevention and post-incarceration re-entry.

 

Click on this short pdf presentation to see where we were, where we are, and where we’re going.

Download the NOCPSC infographic here.
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What is the North Orange County Public Safety Task Force?

Buena Park Police Chief Corey Sianez serves as the Chairman of the North Orange County Public Safety Task Force. As he explains, this innovative partnership between public safety officers, cities and community based organizations is focused on re-entry of prisoners back into society, youth violence and homelessness. Using a state-of-the-art technology app called "Outreach Grid," the NOC Task Force has made great strides in providing solutions to people experiencing homelessness. And the organization's partnership and fund assistance of various community based organizations has shown a marked drop in youth violence and recidivism of formerly incarcerated individuals.

 

In short, the North Orange County Public Safety Task Force is a success story and has the metrics to show that it is making a real difference in our communities.

The North Orange County Public Safety Collaborative’s cloud-based app for homeless services – Outreach Grid – is now being used by other public agencies throughout the Southland to help manage the homeless crisis.  

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Police officers are often the first responders on homelessness; they shouldn't be.

December 11, 2021

Lou Corerra and Josh Newman discuss a new collaborative effort between law enforcement and the community to address homelessness.

 

 

To read the op-ed. click here.

Breaking Down The Silos

The North Orange County Public Safety Collaborative (NOCPSC) has been effective in bringing partners together from the municipal, public safety and non-profit worlds to communicate and collaborate to effectively address homelessness, youth violence prevention and post-incarceration re-entry.

 

Click on this short pdf presentation to see where we were, where we are, and where we’re going.

Download the NOCPSC infographic here.