Blueprint for Action:
Preventing Youth Violence in Minneapolis
The City of Minneapolis recognizes that youth violence is a public health epidemic that requires a holistic, multi-faceted response. Drawing on a mix of increased law enforcement and public health strategies to address the root causes of violence and significantly reduce and prevent youth violence in Minneapolis, the city, in partnership with a host of community stakeholders, created the Blueprint for Action.
The Minneapolis Blueprint for Action to Prevent Youth Violence is a community-driven, grassroots response to the issue of youth violence.
To learn more about the BluePrint for Action, visit the Introduction section.
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Last updated Sep 22, 2015