The Project Safe Neighborhood Program (PSN) is designed to create safer neighborhoods and to reduce gun and gang violence by employing a research-driven, intelligence-led, and problem-solving approach to crime prevention.
The program’s effectiveness is based on this cooperation of local, state and federal agencies engaged in a united approach. The strategy of the City of Greer’s Project Safe Neighborhoods (PSN) initiative is to focus on gun, gangs, and violent crime as they relate to the safety and welfare of the community.
Another major goal of PSN is to focus on the prevention of violent crime and intervention through community projects and interaction.
The overall PSN Strategy is to implement a four-prong approach to combat gun, gang, and violent crimes, which includes, law enforcement, schools, community organizations, and a focus on deterrence.