Crime Prevention Specialist

Lisa Ford was hired by the Broken Arrow Police Department as their Crime Prevention Specialist in June 2001. Before coming to the Broken Arrow Police Department Lisa worked as Program Administrator for the Citizens Crime Commission overseeing the Alert Neighbor, Crime Stoppers and Arrest Arson Programs. 

Lisa is certified by The American Crime Prevention Institute, Louisville Kentucky in Crime Prevention through Environmental Design (CPTED) and is also a CLEET (Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training) basic instructor she coordinates special events for the police department, coordinates volunteer program (over 250 volunteers) The Broken Arrow volunteer program has become a model for other police, fire and government agencies, in fact, she has instructed over 100 other Law Enforcement agencies on how to run a successful volunteer program through Oklahoma Regional Community Policing Institute (ORCPI).  The volunteer program under Lisa’s leadership has saved the City of Broken Arrow Over 3 million dollars She is also a nationally certified instructor for the CARFIT program sponsored by AAA, AARP, and National Occupational Therapists..
  

Lisa is a member of the Broken Arrow Senior Center Board of Directors, Broken Arrow Neighbors Immediate Past President, Tulsa Police Officers Memorial Trustee, Leadership Broken Arrow Public Safety Chair. President of the Broken Arrow Rotary Club. Coordinator of the Citizens Police Academy, Masters Citizens Academy and co-coordinator for Junior Police Academy. Lisa also is a member of the Critical Incident/Peer Support Team with BAPD. Lisa Coordinates National Night Out, Night Out Against Crime with Fun and Games on Main, Back to School Bash, Camp Bandage, Juvenile Accountability Group member, Teaches Personal Safety, fraud and identity theft prevention. Partners with many businesses large and small, and works with many non-profits in Broken Arrow on Crime Prevention efforts.


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No Solicitation Neighborhood

Simple Steps to Designate your Neighborhood as a "No Solicitation Neighborhood"

The City of Broken Arrow established Ordinance No. 3207 section II 7-3 D as follows:

“No person shall canvas or solicit the occupants of a residence where the premises or neighborhoods where a Homeowner’s Association has displayed a sign prohibiting such activity ..."

Instructions for Homeowners Association (HOA) to become a no solicitation Neighborhood

  1. Vote of the Home Owners Association (HOA or neighborhood meeting) to become a No-solicitation Neighborhood.
  2. Purchase no solicitation sign from vender of choice at HOA expense and place it at each entrance of your neighborhood on neighborhood property (no speed limit signs or other official signs.)
  3. Letterhead of HOA or neighborhood to Crime Prevention Specialist (info below) for the Broken Arrow Police Department stating that fact.
  4. Citizens that want to participate but their neighborhood HOA has not been approved thru the HOA/neighborhood meeting or if there is not an active HOA/or neighborhood meeting can simply post a no solicitation sign on their residence.
  5. If there is not an active HOA the neighborhood can have a meeting and collect signatures of those at the meeting stating they want to be a no-solicitation neighborhood.
  6. Neighborhoods will be posted on the city website.

For more information contact:
Lisa Ford, Crime Prevention Specialist
Broken Arrow Police Department
Phone: 918-451-8213
Email

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No Solicitation Neighborhoods

  • Aspen Park
  • Bel Lago
  • Belle Trace II
  • Berwick Fairways
  • Bretton Woods
  • Bricktown
  • Brighten Village
  • Bristol Pond
  • Carriage Crossing
  • Cedar Ridge Estates
  • Country Aire I-VI
  • Country Lane Estates
  • Eagle Creek 1-6
  • Estates at Pembrooke Park
  • Fairfax
  • Fairway Crossing
  • Fairway Park HOA
  • Forest Ridge
  • Gettysburg at Battle Creek
  • Glade Crossing
  • Grey Oaks
  • Hartford Park
  • Indian Springs Estates
  • Kentwood Estates
  • Lakes at Indian Springs
  • Lancaster Park
  • Magnolia Gardens @ Battle Creek
  • New Bedford I
  • Oak Creek South
  • Pecan Grove
  • Pembrooke Park
  • Rush Brooke
  • Shiloh at Battle Creek
  • Shenandoah Valley at Battle Creek
  • SouthBrook
  • South Towne Estates
  • Southern Trails Estates
  • Southern Trails Neighborhood
  • Spicewood@Cedar Ridge
  • SteepleChase
  • SteepleChase Farms
  • Stone Mill
  • Stone Mill Bridge
  • Stone Mill Bridge Two
  • Stone Wood Crossing
  • Stone Wood Hills
  • The Greens at Cedar Ridge
  • The Trails at Cedar Ridge
  • The Village at Southern Trails
  • Turtle Creek
  • Union Station
  • Waterford Park
  • Wolf Creek
  • Wood Meadow