Operation Peacekeeper Outreach Workers are street-wise men and women trained in:
They work in schools and neighborhoods, wherever there are young people at risk of violence. Workers respond to areas where violent crimes have occurred to talk with the youth and their families to prevent retaliations.
Operation Peacekeeper uses outreach workers in collaboration with government, community-based and faith-based organizations to:
Operation Peacekeeper mentors youth and young adults with the highest risk of gang involvement, particularly serious gun-related violence, and provides positive alternatives for a healthier, non-violent lifestyle.