How One California City Pays Its Most Violent Offenders to Stay Out of Trouble

How One California City Pays Its Most Violent Offenders to Stay Out of Trouble

June 9, 2015 | by Joseph Erbentraut | The Huffington Post

The Huffington Post discusses Richmond’s crime reduction initiative, currently being evaluated by NCCD. The 8-year-old initiative, part of the city’s Office of Neighborhood Safety, identifies young male residents, aged 13 to 25, who are most at risk of killing or being killed. As crime rates drop in Richmond, can high-crime cities look to this initiative as a successful model?

The Huffington Post discusses Richmond’s crime reduction initiative, currently being evaluated by NCCD. The 8-year-old initiative, part of the city’s Office of Neighborhood Safety, identifies young male residents, aged 13 to 25, who are most at risk of killing or being killed. As crime rates drop in Richmond, can high-crime cities look to this initiative as a successful model? Read more here. Results of NCCD’s evaluation are set to be released in the coming weeks.