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Department of Justice Launches Violence Reduction Clearinghouse Online Toolkit

The Department of Justice Violence Reduction Network has introduced an online Violence Reduction Clearinghouse that allows users to build and download a custom toolkit of evidence-based strategies, best practices, training, technical assistance, publications, and more to help reduce violence. Users can browse by topic area, such as justice-involved youth, which includes OJJDP-sponsored or produced resources. Topics also include human trafficking, gang violence, community policing, domestic violence, and social media. The clearinghouse supports the data-driven and evidence-based approach of the Violence Reduction Network.


Read Attorney General Loretta E. Lynch’s remarks about the Violence Reduction Network at the Fourth Annual Violence Reduction Network Summit.

Date Created: October 31, 2016