New Publication – Key Findings From the California Cities Gang Prevention Network Process Evaluation

New Publication – Key Findings From the California Cities Gang Prevention Network Process Evaluation

August 8, 2012 | by Dr. Angie Wolf

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NCCD’s new report summarizes the findings of NCCD’s process evaluation of the California Cities Gang Prevention Network, a 13-city initiative that aims to reduce gang violence and victimization, mortality, and morbidity, and to develop a statewide policy agenda to abet promising local efforts. The report ascertains the role and function of the Network for cities, as well as strengths and areas in need of improvement. One of the greatest lessons revealed by the process evaluation was the key to successfully developing and implementing a comprehensive strategy.

NCCD’s new report summarizes the findings of NCCD’s process evaluation of the California Cities Gang Prevention Network, a 13-city initiative that aims to reduce gang violence and victimization, mortality, and morbidity, and to develop a statewide policy agenda to abet promising local efforts. The report ascertains the role and function of the Network for cities, as well as strengths and areas in need of improvement. One of the greatest lessons revealed by the process evaluation was the key to successfully developing and implementing a comprehensive strategy.

Click here to read the full report written by Dr. Angie Wolf.