The Gang Reduction of Denver (GRID) is a network of federal, state, and local government agencies; local businesses; community-based, grassroots and faith-based organizations; and community resident associations that work in a collaborative manner to address gang violence.
Denver Public Safety Youth Programs function as a partnership between the community, private, and government organizations to promote positive youth diversion and intervention programs. Youth programs serve thousands of youth and families each year through a number of prevention and intervention services.
After a sexual assault, most victims turn to someone for help.What if they turn to you? How will you respond? Learn about the Start By Believing program and take the pledge to show your support.
The Street Enforcement Team is a civilian-based team empowered to enforce low level, quality of life ordinances.
The Denver Juvenile Services Center (DJSC) provides a central point of intake for at-risk and justice-involved youth.
The Colorado Youth Detention Continuum (CYDC), also known as Senate Bill 94, provides structure and funding to local jurisdictions for a continuum of services designed to ensure that youth are supervised and/or incarcerated at a level that is commensurate with their risk to the community.
Denver Public Safety Youth Programs function as a partnership between the community, private and government organizations to promote positive youth diversion and intervention programs.