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  1. IMPLEMENTATION:Salinas Comprehensive Strategy for Community-wide Violence ReductionOctober 31 – November 1Washington, D.C.

  2. Officer Jeff lofton, Salinas Police dept

  3. Key components • Vision • Overview of Neighborhood Engagement for a Community at Peace • Social Campaign • Concept of Implementation • Continuum of Safety • Agency Initiatives

  4. VisionCommunity at Peace

  5. Provide necessary resources to abstain from a gang lifestyle

  6. Overcome community apathy and fear

  7. Reach out to at-risk youth ages 10 to 18

  8. Increase input and commitment

  9. Reduce gang related violence

  10. Address casp’s focus points as outlined in the salinas comprehensive strategic plan

  11. “Para Nuestro Futuro” “For Our Future” www.future-futuro.org

  12. Georgina mendoza,community safety director

  13. Concept of Implementation • Empower and work along side Community leaders • Transparent Communication • Continuous communication • Continue community meetings • Weekly CFT meetings • Work with neighborhoods to spread the campaign • Strengthen Hebbron Family Center • Sustainability of efforts ultimately rests with residents • Update plan as required – be flexible and focused.

  14. Starting Conditions Outcomes Violent Offenders Violent Offenders Multi-Prong Strategies Prevention Neutral or Passive Neutral or Passive Intervention Support Government, et al. Efforts Community Behavior and Beliefs Suppression Support Government, et al. Efforts Re-Entry Economic Continuum of Safety

  15. Cross-Functional Team • City of Salinas • County of Monterey • 2nd Chance Family & Youth Services • California Youth Outreach (CYO) • Faith Community • A Time for Grieving • CASP Communications Committee • Sun Street Center • Rancho Cielo • Monterey County of Education • Silver Star Resource Center

  16. challenges • Fiscal difficulties, less resources overall • Sharing of data, relevant 7technology • Workload always falling on same small group of individuals • Training for community residents • Formalizing an enduring structure of CASP • Social Marketing • Evaluation

  17. ¡Si se puede! Yes, we can!