Outreach workers hit Calif. city's violent streets
There will be some collaboration with police, but a distinction also will be drawn between the office's violence-prevention activities and the police department's enforcement work.
By Katherine Tam
Contra Costa Times
RICHMOND, Calif. — Outreach workers with Richmond's new Office of Neighborhood Safety should be in place by the beginning of next year, if not sooner.
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