Attention, rental property owners, property managers, on-site resident managers! Save April 17 and 18, 2019 for the next Salem Police Department Landlord Training. The workshop has a two-day format (8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. each day) designed to teach participants about how to reduce crime in and around rental properties, as well as how to establish and maintain a stable rental environment.
Day one focuses on crime prevention strategies for properties, recognition of drug, and other types of criminal activity that can detract from the stability of any neighborhood. Participants will also learn about state laws and local ordinances that affect rental properties. Officers with expertise in each of these areas will instruct the classes, and be able to answer common and uncommon questions that can help you protect your investment.
The course is in partnership with John Campbell of Campbell DeLong Resources. On day two, Mr. Campbell will cover an expanded section on Oregon landlord/tenant law, as well as topics, such as applicant screening, rental agreements, and the eviction process.
Register on or before April 12 and pay the reduced price of $65 per person or $90 per couple; postmarks are considered. After April 12, the fee increases to $75 and $100, respectively. Registration includes reference materials and refreshments. To download the registration form, go to www.cityofsalem.net/police.
For more information about the course, call 503-588-6175 or send an email to [email protected]