“Reconciliation” is a process by which law enforcement could choose to engage with Black history, not just in February of every year—but on every single
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Philadelphia will roll out GVI in West Philadelphia in April. “That model, which has been used in Chicago and Oakland, was used in Philadelphia in
The Assistant Chief says that this new model allows officers to identify and focus on the small groups of individuals who are actively engaged in
Danielle Outlaw, Philadelphia’s first female African-American Police Commissioner, discusses how Philadelphia plans out to roll out Group Violence Intervention (GVI) in the city.
The Mayor of Alton, Illinois Discusses Intimate Partner Violence Intervention (IPVI) in His State of the City Address
The Mayor of Alton, Illinois discusses how the city is one of three sites that were picked to begin implementing NNSC’s Intimate Partner Intervention (IPVI).
Hoping to prevent a repeat of last year’s gun violence, Minneapolis and St. Paul leaders are expanding anti-crime strategies that focus more on community-based solutions
The progressive prosecutor wants to fight gun violence with a light touch. His critics say he’s crazy. His defenders say he’s onto something.
The Oakland Police Department’s failure to make arrests in the homicides of black members of the community as well as to provide support and assistance
The Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce has thrown its support behind a series of proposals designed to improve public safety across the state, including focused deterrence
In many major US cities, acts of police brutality have eroded trust, making residents less likely to place their trust in law enforcement and more