CVIC 2021-2022 COHORT | Data Snapshot
The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) evaluation team developed a survey to collect systemic, self- reported information from all 52 Community Violence Intervention Collaborative (CVIC) community-based organizations (CBOs). The survey included questions about the organization’s budgets, funding, partnerships, collaboration, and staffing on May 1, 2022.
Scaling Safety: A Roadmap to Close America’s Safety Gaps | Alliance for Safety and Justice
Scaling Safety: A Roadmap to Close America’s Safety Gaps is a first-of-its-kind attempt to estimate what it would take to bring to scale the very safety solutions that both impacted communities and most voters want.
Fundamentals of Community Violence Intervention Training
Community Violence Intervention is a resident-driven, victim centered, impacted people-led strategy to address violence through a public health approach. CVI involves mediating conflict, getting people involved in violence on a path away from violence and toward stability, preventing revictimization, and more. When executed properly, community violence intervention work is transformative for individuals and communities.
Community Based Public Safety: Centering the Public in Violence Prevention and Community Wellness
This paper presents: 1) Current approaches to addressing community violence and public safety and how it differs from what the public wants regarding public safety and community wellness. 2) Community Based Public Safety as a public centered public health approach by trained professionals from the community to decrease community violence and increase community wellness without the harmful consequences and inequity of current approaches. 3) How government leaders, policymakers, and funders can support Community Based Public Safety.