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Online Referral System

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GRYD Maps

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Research & Evaluation

The City of Los Angeles Mayor’s Office of Gang Reduction and Youth Development (GRYD) was established in July of 2007 to address gang violence in a comprehensive and coordinated way throughout the City. GRYD implements a Comprehensive Strategy to drive funding and practice decisions across areas designated as GRYD Zones. GRYD currently provides gang intervention and prevention services in 23 GRYD Zones throughout the City of Los Angeles, along with community engagement programming, and various other initiatives.

Weekly Highlight:

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The Prevention team at El Centro Del Pueblo (ECDP) in Rampart 1 and 2 hosted an interactive Zoom workshop as part of their ongoing Activating Intentional Youth Development Approach (AIYDA) strategies to best engage with community families. Excellent work, ECDP!

GRYD Results at a Glance

185

Estimated Number of Violent Gang Crimes Prevented by
GRYD incident response 2014-15

701,086

Visits to 32 Summer
Night Lights Sites Sites in 2017

83.4%

GRYD Prevention Participants
decreased risk of gang joining

+12.1%

Enrollment Increase in 2017
Intervention & Prevention Services