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Community Safety Coordination Center (CSCC)

Managed by Department of Public Health , Department of Public Health

Data last updated on Aug 23, 2023

The Community Safety Coordination Center (CSCC) works across City agencies and in service to community to implement a comprehensive approach to address the root causes of violence - trauma, lack of educational and job opportunity, and community blight.

The Community Safety Coordination Center (CSCC) was established in August 2021 to coordinate a comprehensive approach for addressing the root causes of community violence by implementing near- and long-term strategies to rebuild the physical environment, create a thriving economy, and support residents in addressing their individual and family needs. Chicago Recovery Plan funding is supporting the administrative costs and hiring of staff for the CSCC, enabling engagement and coordination with community and government partners; strategic build out of high-risk intervention teams; and antiviolence marketing.

Reporting Period by Dataset

Community Safety Coordination Center coordination efforts responding to violence or a potential threat by community area Jan. 1, 2022 through June 30, 2023