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Webinar: APPA Care Model – Responding to Gang Violence in Reentry Planning, Part II

The National Reentry Resource Center sponsored this webinar on gang violence and reentry on October 4, 2011. Gang violence accounts for a disproportionate amount of criminal activity: A study of Boston’s Project Ceasefire found that less than one percent of youth were responsible for more than 60 percent of youth homicides. Many of these youth were affiliated with gangs and under community supervision (or at least well known by justice officials) prior to committing homicide.  To download a PDF of…

Past Event
December 4, 2012, 8:00 am

The National Reentry Resource Center sponsored this webinar on gang violence and reentry on October 4, 2011. Gang violence accounts for a disproportionate amount of criminal activity: A study of Boston’s Project Ceasefire found that less than one percent of youth were responsible for more than 60 percent of youth homicides. Many of these youth were affiliated with gangs and under community supervision (or at least well known by justice officials) prior to committing homicide.  To download a PDF of the PowerPoint slides used in this presentation, click here.


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