Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Cure Violence Model in New York City

Butts, Jeffrey A. and Sheyla Delgado (2014). Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Cure Violence Model in New York City. New York, NY: Research & Evaluation Center, John Jay College of Criminal Justice.

With funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) and the City Council of New York City, the Research and Evaluation Center is evaluating the effectiveness of the “Cure Violence” model of violence reduction. The evaluation team is studying the key components of the Cure Violence model, the procedures used to implement the model, and the effectiveness of the model in reducing pro-violent social norms among high-risk communities in New York.

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NYCCure is the Research & Evaluation Center’s program of studies on gun violence prevention in New York City.