Partnerships


City of Cocoa Police Chief Mark Klayman receives partnership recognition award from Delores McLaughlin

Collaboration and Partnership Building – The development of collaborative partnerships is the framework for the implementation of the Weed and Seed initiatives. It is a coordination strategy that works to make a wide range of public and private sector resources more accessible to communities. Over 25 Brevard County organizations comprise the Weed and Seed Steering Committee. The Weed and Seed strategy brings together federal, state and local crime-fighting agencies, social service providers, representatives of public and private sectors, prosecutors, business owners, and neighborhood residents, linking them in shared goal of weeding out violent crime while seeding the designated area with social services and economic revitalization. The benefits of these partnerships and collaborative efforts are vital to the Initiative.

The development of collaborative Partnerships
is the framework for the implementation of the Weed and Seed Initiatives

United States Attorney’s Office, MDFL
Brevard County Sheriff’s Office
Cocoa Police Department
Melbourne Police Department
Palm Bay Police Department
Titusville Police Department
State Attorney’s Office, 18th Judicial Circuit
Department of Juvenile Justice, 18th Judicial Circuit
Florida Department of Corrections
Alliance for Neighborhood Restoration, Inc.
Diamond Square, RDA
HELP, Inc.
Brevard Family of Housing Authorities
Brevard County Schools
Child Care Association of Brevard
Citrus Council of Girl Scouts
Harry T. Moore Social Service Center- Titusville
Brevard County Housing and Human Services
R.E.A.C.T. Neighborhood Watch
Powell Subdivision Neighborhood Watch
North Brevard Coalition of Human Services
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