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Related POP Projects

Important! The quality and focus of these submissions vary considerably. With the exception of those submissions selected as winners or finalists, these documents are unedited and are reproduced in the condition in which they were submitted. They may nevertheless contain useful information or may report innovative projects.

Place-based Investigations of Violent Offender Territories (P.I.V.O.T.), Cincinnati Police Department (Ohio, USA), 2017, Goldstein Award Winner

Finding Typhoid Mary: Ganging up on Offenders Who Facilitate Violence, Aurora Police Department, (Illinois, USA), 2013, Goldstein Award Finalist

Safe Street Teams Problem-Oriented Policing Initiative, Boston Police Department (Massachusetts, USA), 2012, Goldstein Award Finalist

Accountability, Mentoring and Enforcement: Problem-Solving in Public Housing, Providence Police Department (Rhode Island, USA), 2012, Goldstein Award Finalist

School Violence Initiative, Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (Nevada, USA), 2012, Goldstein Award Finalist

Enfield Gangs Action Group, Enfield Safer Stronger Communities Board (London, UK), 2011, Goldstein Award Finalist

Operation Cougar Reducing Gang Related Firearms Discharges Metropolitan Division, Greater Manchester Police (UK), 2009, Goldstein Award Finalist

Gun Crime Initiative Operation Noble, Merseyside Police Department (UK), 2009

Major Crime Briefings, Detroit Police Department (Michigan, USA), 2007

Countering an Influx of Gun Violence, Worcester Police Department (Massachusetts, USA), 2007

Juvenile Arrest and Monitoring Unit (JAM), Fort Myers Police Department (Florida, USA), 2006

Home Safe, Boston Police Department (Massachusetts, USA), 2006

Operation Cloak and Dagger, Boston Police Department (Massachusetts, USA), 2005 Goldstein Award Finalist

Gun-related Violence, Louisville Division of Police (Kentucky, USA), 2001

Anti Youth Violence Program, Pasadena Police Department (California, USA), 2001

One City's Success in Reducing Gun Violence, High Point Police Department (North Carolina, USA), 2000

Guntrack Project - Gun Violence Reduction Through Intervention and Deterrence, Joliet Police Department (Illinois, USA), 2000

Project Exile, Richmond Police Department (Virginia, USA), 1999

Operation Cease Fire, Boston Police Department (Massachusetts, USA), 1998, Goldstein Award Winner

Options, Choices, and Consequences, Seattle Police Department (Washington, USA), 1996

Firearm Suppression Program, St. Louis Police Department (Missouri, USA), 1995

Firearm Suppression Project, Hayward Police Department (California, USA), 1995 

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