Resources for Cities

Cities United is committed to providing current research and other information on violence-related deaths that can be translated into practice as well as Technical Assistance Resources for Cities.
The What Works (and doesn’t Work) for Violence Prevention” section of this site provides an entryway to important articles focusing specifically on what the evidence says about what works and doesn’t work in violence and crime prevention. Summaries and online links to the articles are provided.
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Cities United September Newsletter

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By Caitlin Reilly Over recent years, a growing number of funders has given greater attention to racial equity issues. Among them[...]

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