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City’s Anti-Violence Effort Stalls

City’s Anti-Violence Effort Stalls

Office of Violence Prevention’s plan was due in June. Donovan, others criticize delay.

50 Years After the Marches: Still Fighting for Equality
50 Years After the Marches

Still Fighting for Equality

A new generation of black leaders faces economic, educational inequities.

Safe Zones Project Sees Success

Safe Zones Project Sees Success

Community policing helped homicides, shootings decline in two neighborhoods.

City Launches Effort To Combat Violence

City Launches Effort To Combat Violence

100 attendees from across spectrum of the community attend strategic planning session.

Safe Zones Expanding in City

Safe Zones Expanding in City

City-funded specialists handle violence prevention, conflict resolution in high-crime areas.

Will New Fire-Police Leader Succeed?

Will New Fire-Police Leader Succeed?

Community activists not sure, taking "wait and see" stance on FPC director.

Safe Zones Need More Police Cooperation?

Safe Zones Need More Police Cooperation?

Ald. Hamilton, community, police disagree on how to make project work.

“Safe Zones” Ambassadors Serve North Side

“Safe Zones” Ambassadors Serve North Side

Community initiative works to combat violence in Garden Homes neighborhood.

Anti-Violence Plan Targets Poor Neighborhoods

Anti-Violence Plan Targets Poor Neighborhoods

City and community groups cite approach that cut violence by 30% in areas of Chicago and Baltimore.

Police-involved shooting discussion will be a forum for community concerns
Press Release

Police-involved shooting discussion will be a forum for community concerns

Alderman Joe Davis, Sr. will host a public forum tomorrow for members of the community to express their concerns and learn about the new state-mandated process for investigating incidents like the police-involved shooting of a mentally ill man in Red Arrow Park last month.

Alderman Davis plans discussion on process that follows police-involved deaths
Press Release

Alderman Davis plans discussion on process that follows police-involved deaths

Sensing growing discontent with the investigation into the police-involved shooting of a mentally ill man in Red Arrow Park, Milwaukee Alderman Joe Davis, Sr. said he will host a discussion with prominent law enforcement officials .