The effort, called the Kansas City No Violence Alliance, or KC NoVA, garnered national attention after killings dropped to a historic low of 86 in 2014,
The National Network’s approach has attracted significant media attention over the years. This page features the most recent coverage of our work and a searchable archive of media about the National Network’s projects around the nation and abroad.
The National Network convenes regular conferences, working sessions and webinars to discuss and promote developments in its core areas of operation, showcase innovations, and set research and development priorities.
“At the end of the day, you’re dead or in prison. You’re only a memory,” said Sean Chandler, former gang member.
The lack of trust between law enforcement and the communities they serve is a major driver of gun violence in cities across the United States, a
U.S. Attorney Russell Coleman is looking for more ways to fight violent crime in Louisville, and he hopes an upcoming summit with local leaders will
A police chief in Minnesota is vowing to “ignite a movement” to remove language in the state’s Constitution that says slavery is acceptable as criminal
You get a pastor to open a church on a weeknight. You have parole and probation agents identify 20 people they worry about — those
The recent spate of explosions and shootings in Malmö has not knocked the local police’s pioneering anti-gang project off course, local police chief Stefan Sintéus
A wide body of evidence demonstrates the crime-prevention strategy’s ability to curb community gun violence. In Detroit, new research also shows its potential for reducing
The gunshots ripped through a house party before dawn on Chicago’s South Side. By the time the 27-year-old victim arrived by ambulance at a hospital,
Addressing the “black box” of focused deterrence: an examination of the mechanisms of change in Chicago’s Project Safe Neighborhoods
Chicago’s Project Safe Neighborhoods focused deterrence program is an effective crime reduction policy.