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Published by Susie Cambria
Violence Intervention Partnership

Just as the Gang Intervention Partnership was a collective working toward addressing gang and crew activity and violence in Columbia Heights, the Violence Intervention Partnership (VIP) was created in December 2005 to address the crew-related activity involving youth east of the Anacostia River. The original partners were: Rev. Donald Isaac, East of the River Clergy Police Community Partnership, the U.S. Attorney Office, the Metropolitan Police Department, the PSN Task Force, and the East River Family Strengthening Collaborative.

VIP’s attention focuses on:
• Addressing important problems such as truancy, delinquency and recidivism;
• Coordinating law enforcement and prosecution efforts;
• Integrating programs and services such as mentoring and other supports; and
• Providing wrap-around services to individuals and families affected by youth, gang and crew violence.
Violence Intervention Partnership

Just as the Gang Intervention Partnership was a collective working toward addressing gang and crew activity and violence in Columbia Heights, the Violence Intervention Partnership (VIP) was created in December 2005 to address the crew-related activity involving youth east of the Anacostia River. The original partners were: Rev. Donald Isaac, East of the River Clergy Police Community Partnership, the U.S. Attorney Office, the Metropolitan Police Department, the PSN Task Force, and the East River Family Strengthening Collaborative.

VIP’s attention focuses on:
• Addressing important problems such as truancy, delinquency and recidivism;
• Coordinating law enforcement and prosecution efforts;
• Integrating programs and services such as mentoring and other supports; and
• Providing wrap-around services to individuals and families affected by youth, gang and crew violence.

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Violence Intervention Partnership 
Just as the Gang Intervention Partnership was a collective working toward addressing gang and crew activity and violence in Columbia Heights, the Violence Intervention Partnership (VIP was created in !ecember "##$ to address the crew%related activity involving youth east o& the 'nacostia iver) *he original partners were+ ev) !onald Isaac, ast o& the iver Clergy Police Community Partnership, the -).) 'ttorney /&&ice, the 0etropolitan Police !epartment, the P.1 *ask 2orce, and the ast iver 2amily .trengthening Collaborative)VIP3s attention &ocuses on+
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Prioriti7ed the involvement o& parents in mediations5
Held retreats &or rival crews5
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Outcomes
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Process Outcomes
 
Performance Outcomes
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95% Participation
4% of recommendations made by partners ha!e been address
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49 ()P $eferrals to F0F0' && % of referrals ha!e met their goals
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19 Mediation $eferrals to #utreach eam &% of mediation response
2+ '$ 3omicide referrals  1**% response for ser!ices
& of 0er!ice earning proects identified per month  1**% of community ser!ice proects completed ha!e e.ceeded desired community participation
+** of youth - young adults ha!e participated in ser!ice-learning Proects
More than 2* community partners ha!e participated in 0er!ice-earning Proects
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