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Participate in Important Survey on Impact of Youth Violence in Our Community – Respond by June 27

I’ve been asked to forward this information to you, concerning some really critical research that you can help with – the impact of youth gun violence in our communities. Please read below and then go to the appropriate link to participate.

If you havequestions about this research, please contact the office of San Mateo County Supervisor Rose Jacobs Gibson at 650-363-4570 or Michelle R. Vilchez of the Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center at 650-513-0330. Note that the deadline to participate in the online survey is June 27, 2011.

Thanks,

~
malcolm

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The Office of Supervisor Rose Jacobs Gibson, in partnership with the Association of Bay Area
Governments (ABAG), is conducting research on the impact of youth
gun violence in our communities. The research will focus on four cities in the County of San Mateo: Daly City, East Palo Alto, Redwood City, and the City of San Mateo.

The Office of Supervisor Rose Jacobs Gibson has asked Peninsula Conflict Resolution Center to lead a community input process that includes surveys, interviews, and focus groups with youth, parents, service providers and community leaders. We are asking for your participation in this process by completing a brief e-survey which should take no more than 20 minutes. Please click here be directed to this survey:

If you are a service provider:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/YouthGunViolenceSurveyProvider

If you are a parent:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/YouthGunViolenceSurveyParents

If you are a youth:  https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/YouthGunViolenceSurveyYouth

Please complete the survey by June 27, 2011 .

The responses to this survey are anonymous, and will be combined with other participants’ responses in a publication that details the findings of the research project. Thank you for your time and input, which will help to inform policymakers about the impact of youth gun violence as we explore ways to make our communities safer.

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