WEED AND SEED DATA CENTER
From 1991 through 2011, the Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice managed the Weed and Seed program, a comprehensive approach to community revitalization through the use of coordinated crime reduction activities combined with a mix of social, economic, and housing improvement programs in targeted geographic areas. At its peak, there were over 200 local sites around the country.
JRSA's Weed and Seed project, which began in 1997, built upon previous evaluation efforts by developing general indicators of national program activities for Weed and Seed. The purpose of the project was to:
The Weed and Seed Data Center, which JRSA maintained through 2011, includes site performance reports (GPRAs), interactive maps and demographic data for the local sites target areas, and various evaluation studies.
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