The 17-page report summarized discussions with about 200 people in Zoom-based focus groups, primarily on the South and West sides, where Chicago’s violence is most concentrated. Participants included street outreach workers who mediate gang conflicts and provide other community services, ex-offenders, public officials, community leaders and regular residents, according to Marcus Yancey, a consultant for Chicago CRED.
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