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STRYVE Report - Indicators of Youth Violence in Salinas CA (2014)

STRYVE (Striving To Reduce Youth Violence Everywhere) is a federal program that focuses on strategies that prevent youth violence before it starts. With funding and technical assistance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Monterey County Health Department is implementing STRYVE to advance violence prevention through local partners. To measure the impact of violence reduction efforts in Salinas, we are tracking a selected set of violence indicators provided by the Salinas Police Department, the California Healthy Kids Survey, and other sources. This second report, released on 12/1/2014, references data from 2011-2013 and compares it to data from the baseline year, 2010.

Click "more", below, to view and download the report on Outcome Indicators of Youth Violence in Salinas CA (2014).

STRYVE Report - Indicators of Youth Violence in Salinas CA (2010)

STRYVE (Striving To Reduce Youth Violence Everywhere) is a federal program that focuses on strategies that prevent youth violence before it starts. With funding and technical assistance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the Monterey County Health Department is implementing STRYVE to advance violence prevention through local partners. To measure the impact of violence reduction efforts in Salinas, we are tracking a selected set of violence indicators provided by the Salinas Police Department, the California Healthy Kids Survey, and other sources. This first report, released on 7/1/2013, references data from 2010.

Click "more", below, to view and download the report on Outcome Indicators of Youth Violence in Salinas CA (2010).