The California Center for Regional Leadership is a statewide nonprofit organization established to support, facilitate, and promote innovative regional solutions for our major economic, environmental, and societal challenges, to help achieve a more sustainable California.
Part of the School of Public Safety and Professional Studies at the University of New Haven, CAPSR provides consulting and training services in many areas including Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED), and and crime mapping and analysis.
Online resources on a variety of topics. Also access detailed summaries of more than 250 articles for planning commissioners and citizen planners from the archives of Planning Commissioners Journal (with full articles available to order and download).
The Southern California Planning Congress is an association comprised of over 75 cities, counties, public utilities, private consultants and professionals interested in interjurisdictional and regional planning issues. The SCPC provides a forum for constructive planning discussion concerning the plans and planning needs of Southern California.
Southern California Transportation and Land Use Coalition
Encourages and supports collaboration among decision makers and stakeholders to better enable our governments and our citizens to address California's major economic, social, and environmental challenges in the years ahead.