What does that mean to you?... they are both certified in drug recognition. If we would like to have a tenant who is involved in drug traffic evicted, our testimony is usually all that is required. We can both testify to the presence of drug paraphernalia or even the smell of narcotics in the unit.
Our applicant processing procedures are based largely on what we have learned in these classes and nearly 30 years of property management.
Over the years sponsored the training of many staff and employees in drug recognition, the crime free multi-housing program.
We have tested this procedure and successfully evicted a tenant who was involved in drug sales. Fortunately we were able to work with the KCPD and the Prosecutors to convince the judge that it was in the best interest of the community. Furthermore we were able to get this drug-dealing, problem tenant removed form the Section-8 subsidy she was receiving.
With the assistance of the City and law enforcement we anticipate big changes in this area!
It matters not, what area you live in or the income statistics for your neighborhood. Drugs are everywhere! It is our goal to provide quality housing to people who are law abiding. We make every effort to screen prospective renters for criminal convictions. If we are aware of any illegal activity in any property we manage we will take whatever legal action necessary to remedy the situation.
Any hint of illegal drugs that we find in any property will be reported to law enforcement. Evidence of trafficing or narcotics sales, manufacture or distribution will be dealt with harshly.
Drugs bring crime, criminals do drugs. Allowing illegal drug use in our neighborhoods will only degrade the property values, bring crime to the neighborhood and create problems for the community.
Better management, better screening, better quality tenants.