Project Exile: Combating Gun Violence in America

Monahan, Brian A.; Burke, Tod W.
October 2001
FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin;Oct2001, Vol. 70 Issue 10, p2
Focuses on Project Exile, a program developed and implemented in Richmond, Virginia aimed toward combating handgun violence and homicides. Background of the project; Program structure; Advantages and disadvantages of the project. INSET: Virginia Exile.


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