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HIGH POINT, N. C. One City’s Success in Reducing Gun Violence. VIOLENT CRIME REDUCTION STRATEGY. Identification Investigation / Prosecution Notification / Offer Resource Delivery Response To Violent Acts Evaluation. Repeat Strategy To Institutionalize. MULTI - JURISDICTIONAL PARTNERSHIPS.

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violent crime reduction strategy
VIOLENT CRIME REDUCTION STRATEGY
  • Identification
  • Investigation / Prosecution
  • Notification / Offer
  • Resource Delivery
  • Response To Violent Acts
  • Evaluation

Repeat Strategy To Institutionalize

multi jurisdictional partnerships
MULTI-JURISDICTIONAL PARTNERSHIPS
  • Law Enforcement
    • High Point Violent Crime Task Force
  • Community
    • High Point Violence Task Group
identification
IDENTIFICATION

Identify The Problem

  • Analyze Violent Incidents
    • All Homicides
    • Robberies
    • Serious Assaults
  • Review Community Surveys
identification1
IDENTIFICATION
  • Identify Repeat, Violent Or Group Offenders
  • Surveys Of Police And Probation Officers
  • Criminal Background Investigations
  • Data From Incident Reviews
  • List Of Current Probationers And Parolees
investigation prosecution
Investigation

Chronic Violent Offenders

Leaders Of Violent Groups

State Or Federal Prosecution

Weapons

Narcotics

State Repeat Offenders

INVESTIGATION/PROSECUTION
notification
NOTIFICATION

Direct Communication To Identified Individuals:

  • Community’s Intolerance To Violence
  • Partnership Of Community/Clergy/Police
  • Community And Clergy Support
  • Law Enforcement Deterrence Message

Message Is Reinforced Through Call-ins, Flyers, Visitations And Media

community resources
COMMUNITY RESOURCES
  • Survey Needs Of Identified Individuals
  • Develop Action Plan
  • Coordinate Delivery Of Needed Community Resources
response to violent acts
RESPONSE TO VIOLENT ACTS
  • Review Violent Incident
  • Develop/Implement Multi-Agency Response
  • Strict Probation Enforcement
  • Flyer Distribution
  • Neighborhood Support And Explanation
  • Outstanding Warrant Service
  • License Checks
  • Search Warrant Execution
evaluation
EVALUATION
  • Compare Data Before And After
  • Resurvey Community For Current Attitudes
raw data crime comparison reduction percentage statistics
Comparing 1997 to 1999 Statistics

Criminal Homicides -69 %

Criminal Homicides with Firearms -82 %

Gang Related Homicides -100 %

Drug Related Homicides -100 %

Gang & Drug Related Homicides -100 %

Robbery with Firearms -48 %

Assault with Firearms -48 %

Total -49 %

(Homicide/Robbery/Assault w / Firearms)

Shots Fired Calls -37 %

Firearms Recovered -32 %

Citizens Complaints -49 %

Comparing 1998 to 1999 Statistics

Criminal Homicides -64 %

Criminal Homicides with Firearms -86 %

Gang Related Homicides -100 %

Drug Related Homicides -100 %

Gang & Drug Related Homicides -100 %

Robbery with Firearms -24 %

Assault with Firearms -29 %

Total -30 %

(Homicide/Robbery/Assault w / Firearms)

Shots Fired Calls -21 %

Firearms Recovered -42 %

Citizens Complaints -19 %

Raw Data Crime Comparison Reduction Percentage Statistics
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Homicide Comparison1997 - 1999(Criminal Homicide / Gang Homicide / Drug Homicide / Gang & Drug Homicide)