Baltimore City’s sixth Safe Street site has opened at 423 E. Patapsco St. in Brooklyn-Curtis Bay neighborhood. The opening marks the latest in a push to help curb violence by reaching 10 Safe Street sites in the City by the end of the year.
The Baltimore Sun reports:
Safe Streets Baltimore employs ex-offenders who intervene in conflicts between community members before they grow violent and work to reduce shootings and homicides in high-violence areas. The program also connects at-risk teenagers and adults with city resources.
For more information read the full article in The Baltimore Sun.