Burlington CEDO Show: Parallel Justice for Victims of Crime with Anthony and Kim

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Anthony Jackson Miller, Parallel Justice Specialist with the Burlington Police Department, and Kim Jordan, Parallel Juctice Specialist with the Burlington Community Justice Center, provide an overview of their program, and discuss how individuals in the community can proactively stay safe and protect their belongings and valuables as the days are becoming warmer.

They talk about locking up bikes, locking up cars, and keeping valuables out of plain site. Anthony and Kim also remind people that even if they become victims of crime, it is not their fault, and they did not deserve it. Finally, the two of them give an overview of who they are and how they differ in their responses.

For more information visit burlingtonvt.gov/CEDO.

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