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FY 2004 OJJDP Discretionary Continuation Programs - Demostration

Award Information

Awardee
Award #
2000-MU-FX-0008
Location
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
2000

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 2000, $1,496,700)

The National Center for Neighborhood Enterprise (NCNE) will implement the Violence Free Zone (VFZ) initiative to four of Washington, D.C.'s most troubled public schools in an effort to stop the soaring incidence of school violence.
NCNE provides overall management and direction to the Violence-Free Zone initiative, including coordination of communications and best practices among the program sites, provides program and capacity-building technical assistance, and provides linkages to supplemental resources. East Capitol Center for Change (ECCC), for five years the lead organization in NCNE's Washington, DC VFZ program, is the on-the-ground implementer of the project. ECCC has begun working in two DC schools to reduce violence with high praise from school staffs. NCA/NCF

The National Center for Neighborhood Enterprise (NCNE) will implement the Violence Free Zone (VFZ) initiative to four of Washington, D.C.'s most troubled public schools in an effort to stop the soaring incidence of school violence.
NCNE provides overall management and direction to the Violence-Free Zone initiative, including coordination of communications and best practices among the program sites, provides program and capacity-building technical assistance, and provides linkages to supplemental resources. East Capitol Center for Change (ECCC), for five years the lead organization in NCNE's Washington, DC VFZ program, is the on-the-ground implementer of the project. ECCC has begun working in two DC schools to reduce violence with high praise from school staffs. NCA/NCF

The National Center for Neighborhood Enterprise (NCNE) will implement the Violence Free Zone (VFZ) initiative to four of Washington, D.C.'s most troubled public schools in an effort to stop the soaring incidence of school violence.
NCNE provides overall management and direction to the Violence-Free Zone initiative, including coordination of communications and best practices among the program sites, provides program and capacity-building technical assistance, and provides linkages to supplemental resources. East Capitol Center for Change (ECCC), for five years the lead organization in NCNE's Washington, DC VFZ program, is the on-the-ground implementer of the project. ECCC has begun working in two DC schools to reduce violence with high praise from school staffs. NCA/NCF

The National Center for Neighborhood Enterprise will continue to implement the violence free zone initiative in six cities: Atlanta, Youngstown, Houston ,Dallas, Indianapolis, and Washington, DC. NCNE provides technical assistance to communities by identifying organizations that are able to provide positive influences to combat violence. Additionally NCNE assists these grass roots organizations by strengthening its program operations. NCNE provides assistance to these organizations by identifying outcome and performance measures that are based on a logic model. The strategies implemented with the communities are intervention strategies and restoration of civil order. These strategies assist communities in creating a climate of safety and stability. NCA/NCF

The National Center for Neighborhood Enterprise (NCNE) will implement the Violence Free Zone (VFZ) initiative to four of Washington, D.C.'s most troubled public schools in an effort to stop the soaring incidence of school violence.
NCNE provides overall management and direction to the Violence-Free Zone initiative, including coordination of communications and best practices among the program sites, provides program and capacity-building technical assistance, and provides linkages to supplemental resources. East Capitol Center for Change (ECCC), for five years the lead organization in NCNE's Washington, DC VFZ program, is the on-the-ground implementer of the project. ECCC has begun working in two DC schools to reduce violence with high praise from school staffs. NCA/NCF

Date Created: September 27, 2001