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Prince George’s Co. announces new violence interrupters program to fight teen crime

March 7, 2022

Will violence interrupters work in Prince George’s County? On Feb. 28, Prince George’s County announced a multi-pronged approach aimed at reversing the increase in the number of violent crimes committed by kids. While the problem isn’t just unique to the county, leaders are hopeful that a collective of intervention efforts will have an impact by targeting kids before they commit crimes. County Executive Angela Alsobrooks announced one of the newest tools used in the fight: a violence prevention task force.

Article Source: WTOP

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