Loren Tribble, Apartment Manager at North Hills Crest in Haltom City, has been recognized as the International Crime Free Association’s Apartment Manager of the Year. Ms Tribble helped to make the program tremendously successful at her apartment community by her dedication to detail and willingness to go above and beyond all expectations.
Loren has been successful in removing criminals who were abusing the system for free rent and has managed to evict over thirty-five criminals from her property since starting the program just last October. Due to her awareness and attention to detail, she even assisted police in locating, identifying and arresting a fugitive, based solely on the precise details she was able to provide.
Crime Free Officer Brandi Perkins says Loren is a strong leader who has reached out to the community and solicited other apartments to join the Crime Free Program. Loren has helped reluctant managers to see the value of forming a partnership with the Department, convincing them that joining the program is the best way to do that.
The ICFA presented Tribble with a plaque at the annual conference in Wichita Falls in July. The Haltom City Police Department will recognize Ms Tribble at a city council meeting in August.
pictured at right: Loren Tribble (left) and HCPD Crime Free Officer Brandi Perkins