From 45 homicides to 11 in seven years.
Tim Murphy, Mother Jones
Four times a year, the program’s street team sifts through police records and its own intelligence to determine, with actuarial detachment, the 50 people in Richmond most likely to shoot someone and to be shot themselves. ONS tracks them and approaches the most lethal (and vulnerable) on the list, offering them a spot in a program that includes a stipend to turn their lives around.
Phi Beta Iota: This is a micro-implementaion of the combination of intelligence-led (community) policing and the basic income initiative. The article is superb and the report is worthy of being read in full.