Project Safe Way

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Born from the Safe Neighborhoods Project, Project Safe Way is a program that helps kids get to and from school safely. Staffed by volunteers stationed at key corners and corridors in the community before and after school, Project Safe Way works in partnership with the San Diego Police Department, San Diego Gang Commission, the City of San Diego Fourth District Council Office, four youth service programs, and staff from eleven area schools.

Local business people observe and report the unsafe activities along the routes.  For more information and to get involved, contact Tasha Williamson at the Jacobs Center at 619-527-6161.

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