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 - Teaching Tolerance Reduces Crime and Violence
   
 - Collaboration - Engine for Effective Action
   Project Safe Neighborhoods is built around the concept of collaboration. The idea is that by working together, task forces and community partnerships dramatically improve their chances of reducing gun violence. Because collaboration is a central feature of this initiative, it is helpful to understand the concept and how to do it well.

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