A.J. Bayatpour covers the announcement from Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett on Tuesday, November 1st of the plan that Prevention Institute helped to create to reduce violence and create healthier, safer neighborhoods in Milwaukee.
This Fox channel 6 segment mentions PI's work with Milwaukee city leaders to create a plan meant to serve as a compass to guide practice, policy and investment to prevent violence. CBS channel 58 also covered the convening that brought together PI, community leaders, local youth, and public officials.
This article mentions PI's work with the city of Milwaukee on a comprehensive, strategic plan to reduce violence beyond law enforcement tactics. Lisa Parks, a PI Program Manager, states, "It's one thing to have good programs or good efforts but what (Milwaukee) lacks currently is a cohesive shared vision, a cohesive strategy and a concrete plan that can really drive outcomes."
This article highlights PI's work helping the City of Milwaukee to create a plan meant to serve as a compass to guide practice, policy and investment to prevent violence. The Wisconsin Law Journal ran the same Associated Press story.
The reporter covers an upcoming two-day professional development conference in Solano County hosted by Prevention Institute and The Courage Conference that will highlight best and promising practices in community-based prevention and intervention programs and services and open dialogue on how to better serve child victims of trauma.
This article in the Jewish Journal mentions the recent 2016 Angel of Peace Awards gala held by the Violence Prevention Coalition of Greater Los Angeles. The piece notes this year’s award recipients, including Prevention Institute’s Larry Cohen.
PI's Juliet Sims is featured in this article about small farms being key to reducing greenhouse gases and improving our overall health. Juliet states, "We see support for small and mid-size farmers to engage in sustainable food production as a critical component of a sustainable food system that allows us to be food secure in the future."