Comprehensive Homicide Elimination Strategy Task Force Report 2008
Group: Criminal Justice Coordinating Council
In response to Bill 16-242, Mayor Adrian Fenty appointed representatives from government, non-profit organizations, business, victim services, social services and faith-based groups to serve as Task Force members. The members held bi-weekly meetings from November 6 2007 through May 2008 to exchange ideas and review local programming that addresses homicide and the correlating factors that contribute to high crime environments. They conducted a literature review of national best practices and held public forums in areas of high crime in the District. Residents came together, expressed their points of view, and made recommendations on actions that the District can take that will support or improve crime prevention; enhance enforcement programs; and improve the response to survivors of homicide. Throughout the period of Task Force activity, members conducted citizen interviews and contributed material to the homicide elimination strategy. The information gleaned through the above-mentioned efforts has been compiled and is presented herewith as The Comprehensive Homicide Elimination Strategy Task Force Report.
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