Who Can Be a Safe Streets Program Participant?

December 11, 2013

Participants must have at least four of the following risk factors, but participants are evaluated on a case-by-case basis:

• Gang/crew involvement — participant is thought to be a member of a gang or crew known to be actively involved with violence

• Key role in gang or crew — participant is thought to have key role in gang or crew known to be actively involved with violence

• Prior criminal history — including crimes against persons and pending or prior arrests for weapons offenses

• High-risk street activity — participant is thought to be involved in street activity that is highly associated with violence

• Recent victim of shooting — client has been shot within last 90 days

• Between the ages of 14 and 25

• Recently released from prison or juvenile detention — underlying offense was crime against person(s)

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