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Boston joins program to reduce gun violence within the next few years

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The Daily Free Press, April 2023

Mayor Michelle Wu announced last Tuesday that the city of Boston aims to reduce homicide rates by participating in a new program that is designed to create Boston-specific strategies to address gun violence in the city.

The program, designed by the Violence Reduction Center of the University of Maryland, brought together experts from across the country to examine gun violence, street outreach interventions and policing methods and customize the best strategy for reducing gun violence within the city of Boston. 

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