Senior Housing Crime Prevention
The Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation (SHCPF) is a national organization that was established to provide a vehicle for banks to earn CRA consideration. It has been used by financial institutions in an effort to address lending, investments, and/or service credit. This program allows banks to serve an underserved segment of society, the nation’s senior housing residents, who have been classified as a low and moderate income group.
The sole objective of the SHCPF is to reduce crime in the nation’s senior housing facilities and to provide on-going, effective crime prevention programs that promote safe, secure, and high quality of life environments for senior housing residents. In part, this objective is accomplished by installing the highly successful Senior Crimestoppers program in facilities sponsored through CRA investments or loans to the SHCPF.
- Visit the Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation website to learn more.
- Read remarks from the OCC and Federal Reserve at the October 2011 SHCPF Conference in New York City.
- Read the SHCPF veterans newsletter.
- Read a SHCPF press release.
For More Information Contact:
Senior Vice President, NBISCO
CEO & President, Senior Housing Crime Prevention Foundation
Nebraska Bankers Association / 233 South 13th Street, Suite 700 / PO Box 80008 / Lincoln, NE 68501-0008