Don't Shoot

One Man, A Street Fellowship, And The End of Violence in Inner-City America

by David M. Kennedy

Don't Shoot

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Don't Shoot
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One Man, A Street Fellowship, And The End of Violence in Inner-City America
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David M. Kennedy

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Don't Shoot
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One Man, A Street Fellowship, And The End of Violence in Inner-City America
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David M. Kennedy

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Traces the story of the "Boston Miracle" criminologist who rose from obscurity to a leading figure in the fight against gang- and drug-related inner-city violence, explaining how his methods involve large-scale interventions that promote cooperative efforts between gangs, law enforcement and communities.

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David M. Kennedy is the director of the Center for Crime Prevention and Control, and professor of criminal justice at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City.

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David M. Kennedy is the director of the Center for Crime Prevention and Control, and professor of criminal justice at John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City.

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