We work closely with mayors and elected officials, offering advice and connecting them to our vast network of experienced public safety officials and advocates.
We work closely with city officials who coordinate violence-reduction initiatives at the local level (who we call “City Leads”), providing coaching, co-learning opportunities, and connections to our network.
If you would like to be a City Lead, you can join our network, explore our roadmaps to violence prevention, or contact us to learn more about our Roadmap Academy and other coaching and capacity building programs.
We work directly with young people in our partner cities aged 18 to 24 who have been directly affected by violence and who are already active in their communities.
If you would like to get involved, you can join our network, apply for our annual Young Leader Fellowship, or join our quarterly Young Leader Congress remote discussions.
In our partner cities, we work directly with community-based organizations who are already having an impact on the ground.