Political Jurisdictions – interventions which target politically distinct, but local jurisdictions.  These are jurisdictions within larger geo-political jurisdictions and include cities, counties, parishes, or townships.

 Rigor: M=Moderately Rigorous; R= Rigorous; VR=Very Rigorous
 Y-axis: F=Focused and Tailored; G=General
 Z-axis: R=Reactive; P=Proactive; H=Highly Proactive


Author Intervention and Findings
Result  Rigor Y-Axis  Z-Axis 
Florence et al. (2011) Information sharing between police and health agencies to improve police deployment strategies associated with substantial and significant reduction in hospital admissions related to violence full-circle R F P
Malm & Tita (2006) Green Teams (increased marijuana enforcement) decrease grow operations in target areas without significant displacement to surrounding areas  full-circle R F P
McGarrell et al. (2010) Project Safe Neighborhoods cities in higher dosage contexts experienced statistically significant, though modest, declines in violent crime  full-circle R F P
White et al. (2003) Comprehensive homicide initiative of enforcement and nonenforcement problem-oriented strategies led to a decrease in homicides  full-circle M  F P
Villaveces et al. (2000) Homicide rates significantly lower on days gun ban/police intervention in effect compared to non-intervention days in 2 Columbian cities full-circle R F P
Fell et al. (2005) Increased DUI enforcement lead to declines in drinking-and-driving fatal crashes in two states but not two others grey-circle R F P
Lilley (2015) Weed and Seed produced statistically significant reductions in robbery, burglary, and vehicle theft. Results for murder, aggravated assault, larceny, and rape were less consistent or generally not statistically significant. grey-circle R F HP
McGarrell et al. (2012) Comprehensive Anti-Gang Initiative includes strategic problem-solving model that increased partnerships among federal, state, and local law enforcement and prosecution agencies as well as community institutions grey-circle M F P