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Slide Presentation - November 2016
Grant Information
Information about grants awarded by the Office of Youth Violence Prevention
Documents and Reports
Documents and reports from the Office of Youth Violence Prevention
Articles
Articles about youth and gang outreach
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Information about the Gang Violence Task Force
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The Work of the Office of Youth Violence Prevention

Antoinette Edwards facilitating a community meeting

The Office of Youth Violence Prevention (OYVP) was created on July 17, 2006. It reflects priorities identified by City Council to build a more family-friendly city and increase public safety, and reflects the emphasis on attacking the root causes of problems in neighborhoods, rather than simply focusing on policing efforts. OYVP is staffed by a director and policy manager who coordinate resource services, administrate grant funding to private non-profit organizations, and facilitate and join community problem-solving.

Antoinette Edwards, Eldridge Broussard, Kevin Modica 

OYVP Director Antoinette Edwards presents new and interesting programming ideas to the Local Public Safety Coordinating Council Youth and Gang Violence Sub-Committee, a multi-governmental effort to combat gang violence in Portland. Pictured (center) is Eldridge Broussard III, director of the Broussard Foundation in Gresham, Ore., and author of The Challenge to Change, a 52-week guide for youth. Next to Mr. Broussard are Antoinette Edwards and Assistant Chief Kevin Modica with the Portland Police Bureau, a member of LPSCC.