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Tackling gun violence as a community issue / by Juan Perez.

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Canadian Policing Research Catalogue

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Notes from the field : gun violence : tackling gun violence as a community issue
Notes from the field on gun violence : tackling gun violence as a community issue

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1 online resource (6 pages)

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Author(s) affiliated with: Miami-Dade Police Department.
"NIJ has launched the “Notes from the Field” series to allow leading voices in the field to share their strategies for responding to the most pressing issues on America’s streets."

Summary

"Police are just one part of a larger community, and we can’t drive down violent crime on our own. Over the past few years, we’ve made a huge push toward community partnerships, engaging the community as much as possible in an effort to prevent gun violence at an earlier stage. When we think about societal problems like gun violence, it’s not us versus them — it’s all of us together. When we partner with the community to have all hands on deck, we are better able to enact meaningful change."--Page 1.

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Notes from the field series (National Institute of Justice)

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