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While many data sources can provide information on trends in youth violence on a national level, local or community-level data may prove more useful in helping you choose, implement, and track a prevention effort.

Engaging a wide variety of partners from different sectors – including law enforcement, education, government, public health institutions, or hospitals – can increase your access to data and skills to use the data.

An inventory form for taking stock of the different types and sources of data in your community can be found here.