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  • New Haven Family Alliance Street Outreach Worker Program Evaluation Report

    The Street Outreach Worker Program was an initiative of the New Haven Family Alliance with the goal of reducing youth gun violence. This evaluation, by the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program, outlines the program model and provides recommendations for the future.

    May. 31, 2009

    Public Safety

  • Understanding Youth Violence in New Haven: A Photovoice Project with Youth of New Haven

    This report, issued by the New Haven Family Alliance and the Robert Wood Johnson Clinical Scholars Program at Yale School of Medicine, addresses the issue of gun violence through the Photovoice Program. New Haven youths who participated in the program photographed their communities to reflect on their communities' strengths and weaknesses.

    May. 29, 2009

    Public Safety

  • On Crime as Science

    This New York Times article explores a study carried out by Dr. Felton Earls to better understand the connection between neighborhood dynamics and crime.

    Jan. 6, 2004

    Public Safety

  • Report of the Ad Hoc Violence Reduction Group

    This report was crafted by a group of criminal justice system and community leaders who reviewed crime trends and data from ongoing initiatives to address violence, discuss the underlying issues, and devise specific strategies that can be implemented in the short term to reduce the level of violence.   The strategies are based on a public health model of violence reduction, strengthening existing and building new community partnerships to reduce risk factors contributing to violence and to strengthen protective factors contributing to prevention of violence.

    Aug. 31, 2001

    Public Safety

  • DataHaven New Haven Maps 1995

    Click the link below to access the full report page.

    Jan. 1, 1995

    All DataHaven Programs, Demographics, Economy, Health, Housing, Public Safety

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