Operation Ceasefire Moves Forward to Help Reduce Gun Violence
Members of the National Network for Safe Communities (NNSC) are in Savannah today and tomorrow collecting critical information for the implementation of Operation Ceasefire.
Three advisors from the National Network are meeting with approximately 30 law enforcement officers and members of the criminal justice community from the Savannah and Chatham County jurisdictions.
The goal of the two-day “group audit” is to identify the most prolific and violent offenders linked to gun violence; this includes individuals, gangs and member of larger groups who victimize citizens. The NNSC researchers will also pull data from all homicides and shootings that have occurred in the past two to five years.
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