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.

Latest News

Cities United Launches Its Roadmap to Safe, Healthy & Hopeful Communities Academy to Address Violence Against Young Black Men and Boys

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 20, 2018   Media Contact: Debayani Kar,, 510-356-7733   Cities United Launches Its Roadmap to Safe, Healthy &[...]

Cities United February Newsletter

February 2018 Highlights: Black History Month: Remembering Those We’ve Lost Partner Cities in the news: Fort Wayne and Brooklyn Park National[...]

Cities United January Newsletter

January 2018 Highlights: Partner Cities in the news: Seattle and Milwaukee National Partner Report: CLASP Click here to read the January newsletter. Click here to[...]

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Cities United 2017 Summit: Police-Involved Shootings and In-Custody Deaths

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