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Re: Jersey City looking for partners to fight ‘underlying issues’ that lead to violence
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Use that money and Biden's stimulus money to build more lrislns and to lock away criminals.

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Mayor Fulop Solicits Community Partners for 500K Anti Violence Program
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Mayor Steven M. Fulop joins Jersey City’s Division of Community Development (DCD) to announcethe launch of a new grant-funded Violence Prevention Program designed to acknowledge, target, and respond to the uptick in violence resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. The RFP was designed in conjunction with Jersey City Together.

https://riverviewobserver.net/general/ ... 0k-anti-violence-program/

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TheBigGuy wrote: NYC spent $1B on this type of program - what did that money buy? Who knows, maybe BLM will match this grant with the $60M they have in the bank? Quote:
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Jersey City looking for partners to fight ‘underlying issues’ that lead to violence

Jersey City has $500,000 to share with organizations for programs that address the underlying issues that lead to violence and crime in the city, Mayor Steve Fulop and Division of Community Development (DCD) announced Tuesday.

Eligible organizations can apply for funding from the Violence Prevention Program, which was designed to acknowledge, target and respond to the “uptick” in violence from the COVID-19 pande

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2022/02/jers ... hat-lead-to-violence.html

Maybe just ENFORCING existing laws is easier and cheaper than this BS.

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NYC spent $1B on this type of program - what did that money buy? Who knows, maybe BLM will match this grant with the $60M they have in the bank? Quote:
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Jersey City looking for partners to fight ‘underlying issues’ that lead to violence

Jersey City has $500,000 to share with organizations for programs that address the underlying issues that lead to violence and crime in the city, Mayor Steve Fulop and Division of Community Development (DCD) announced Tuesday.

Eligible organizations can apply for funding from the Violence Prevention Program, which was designed to acknowledge, target and respond to the “uptick” in violence from the COVID-19 pande

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2022/02/jers ... hat-lead-to-violence.html


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Jersey City looking for partners to fight ‘underlying issues’ that lead to violence

Jersey City has $500,000 to share with organizations for programs that address the underlying issues that lead to violence and crime in the city, Mayor Steve Fulop and Division of Community Development (DCD) announced Tuesday.

Eligible organizations can apply for funding from the Violence Prevention Program, which was designed to acknowledge, target and respond to the “uptick” in violence from the COVID-19 pande

https://www.nj.com/hudson/2022/02/jers ... hat-lead-to-violence.html


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