Focused deterrence intervention aimed at reducing gun violence linked to results in New Haven

A study by Harvard RWJF Health & Society Scholars program alum Andrew Papachristos, PhD, and colleagues published in Crime & Delinquency finds that Project Longevity, piloted in New Haven, CT started in 2012, is linked to a reduction of almost 5 GMI (group member incidents) – shootings and homicides – per month.