Child Development – Community Policing
The Child Development–Community Policing (CD-CP) Program, a national model of collaboration. Developed by Yale University Child Study Center and the New Haven Connecticut Police Department with OJJDP support. This program brings police officers, mental health professionals and other community agencies together through training, consultation and support, to provide constructive intervention for children exposed to violence.
Childhood Violent Trauma Clinic
A comprehensive assessment and treatment program for children and families exposed to violence or other potential trauma
Domestic Violence Initiative
A coordinated response program for children exposed to domestic violence involving police, battered women’s advocates, mental health professionals and child protection
Research and Evaluation
NCCEV strives to develop and enhance programs and methods to evaluate and treat children and families exposed to violence and other trauma
Safe Start Program
The Safe Start initiative will offer communities an opportunity to implement effective prevention and intervention strategies by strengthening already existing alliances and integrating service delivery systems (such as police/mental health/justice partnerships), with a focus on building collaboration and awareness of the issues surrounding children’s exposure to violence to ensure a lasting effect on each community.
UASI - Urban Area Security Initiative
The purpose of the Urban Area Security Initiative is to provide grant funding and support to regional first responders responsible for prevention, response to and recovery from acts of foreign or domestic terrorism.