Our mission: We unite residents, youth, law enforcement and community resources to build safe and empowered neighborhoods. Our strategy: Team members dedicated to building relationships in the community work together in targeted Milwaukee neighborhoods where the comprehensive efforts encourage collective efficacy, resident capacity and youth leadership.





Annual Safe & Sound's 2017 Outcomes...

3331

Residents reached at their front doors in face-to-face conversations each year

27599

Residents participants at 1538 community meetings & events

1371

Number of neighborhood nuisances—like loitering, drug dealing, public drunkenness—resolved each year

516

External blight issues resolved each year

Wisconsin Public Radio: Milwaukee Chief of Police Continues To Bolster Community Policing Message

Milwaukee Chief of Police Alfonso Morales at a Milwaukee Rotary Club meeting Tuesday, June 26, 2018. Ximena Conde/WPR Milwaukee Chief Of Police Continues To Bolster Community Policing Message Chief Morales Enlisting Help From Community Organizations, Says He Wants To Win Public’s Trust Wednesday, June 27, 2018, 6:25am By Ximena Conde Milwaukee Police Chief Alfonso Morales says […]

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Milwaukee Journal Sentinel: Milwaukee police and Safe & Sound replace basketball hoop for neighborhood games

Milwaukee police and Safe & Sound replace basketball hoop for neighborhood games Diana Dombrowski, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Published 2:13 p.m. CT June 27, 2018 (Photo: Jon D. Riemann / Milwaukee Police Department) The Milwaukee Police Department and nonprofit Safe & Sound came together this week to replace a basketball hoop for pickup games near North […]

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Milwaukee Neighborhood News Service: Juneteenth Day organizers proclaim ‘It’s time to make a change’

Juneteenth Day organizers proclaim ‘It’s time to make a change’ Unrelenting rains washed over Martin Luther King Drive and dripped down soggy ponchos throughout the morning, but that did not stop people from celebrating Juneteenth Day. Despite the weather, the parade marched on, charcoal grills kept burning and a strong sense of community prevailed. Some […]

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