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Violence Prevention Blueprint

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Alameda County, California, can be a wonderful place to live. It is an energetic, diverse, creative community. Like many other counties in the state and nation, especially those with large urban, low-income populations, Alameda County faces serious violence problems. Violence is complex, and as such, requires a comprehensive solution. Toward a Lifetime Commitment to Violence Prevention: The Alameda County Blueprint, adopted by the Alameda County Board of Supervisors in July 2005, is a comprehensive violence prevention plan designed to reduce all forms of violence affecting county communities and families.

The Overview and Plan documents are provided in Portable Document Format (PDF). You will need the free Adobe Reader to view them.

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