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Reduce Crime Together
According to the Broken Windows Theory, visible signs of disorder, such as litter or graffiti, instigate criminal activity. Studies have also shown a correlation between neighborhood cleanliness and reduced crime. With this in mind, ASEZ university students help their campuses and communities to promote peace and happiness.
See ASEZ in Action
ASEZ volunteers took some time out over Memorial Day Weekend to brighten up Prospect Park in Troy, NY. They removed graffiti, repainted the memorial and collected more than 1,400 pounds of debris.
On July 8, 2019, ASEZ volunteers from four colleges in Orlando, Florida partnered with Keep Orlando Beautiful and the Orlando Police Department to remove graffiti and debris near Eagle’s Nest Elementary School, located in the MetroWest neighborhood.
ASEZ volunteers from all over New England, including New Hampshire, Maine and Massachusetts, came together to carry out their first cleanup effort in New Hampshire. They removed 2,400 pounds of trash from Allard Drive in Manchester.