Philadelphia Youth Violence Prevention Collaborative

Report
Mayor Michael A. Nutter,
Philadelphia Youth Violence Prevention Collaborative
Philanthropy Network Conference, Nov. 11, 2014
Philadelphia - Youth Violence
Prevention Collaborative
Office of the Mayor
City of Philadelphia
1401 JFK, 14th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107
richard.greenwald@phila.gov
Phone: 215 686 -0334
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Strategic Overview
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Structure
Structure of the Youth Violence Prevention Collaborative
Richard Greenwald
Sue Slawson
Kevin Dougherty
Samantha Matlin
Joel Fein
Karyn Lynch
Rich Negrin
Carlton Williams
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Where We Operate
22nd District –
North Central Philadelphia
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Major City Accomplishments:
Moving
Forward
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Homicides and shootings: violent crimes down
from 1,055 (2012) to 930 (2014); and for youth
it went down from 464 (2012) to 378 (2014)
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Police Diversion Program
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DBH trained over 2,000 police officers in crisis
intervention
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Juvenile Detention Alternative Initiative (JDAI)
increasing the number of youth allowed to stay
in community
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Quality Service Review (QSR) for shared
DHS/Juvenile System cases in the 22nd
District
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$86,000 in private funding to place 904 youth
in summer jobs
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Over $500,000 in federal grants for North
Central Philadelphia
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Community Outreach Events
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HHP expanded to Temple University
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Funders Roundtable
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Temple Analysis in 22nd Police District
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National Forum on Youth Violence Prevention:
peer-to-peer exchange
Key Challenges:
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Continuing to refine the strategy
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Data collection and information sharing
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Coordination and communication
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How To Connect To Our Work
Are your grantees working
on this? In the 22nd?
Assist in advancing one of
our priority areas
Meet with us to see where
our goals align
Go to www.phila.gov to
connect deeper with the
strategy
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