As part of our commitment to measurement, data-informed decision making and transparency, Get IN Chicago works with research partners to better understand our the population we’re trying to serve, the organizations having real impact and challenges across our sector:

How Place-based Approaches to Youth Violence Prevention can Build Community Trust

Get IN Chicago partnered with the Chicago Police Department to develop a place-based strategy to provide officers opportunity to build positive relationships with youth and to help mitigate negative perceptions youth may have of local law enforcement. This report outlines the program development and impact of the resulting police-youth baseball league.

Juvenile Probation Report – Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago

The study provides a picture of youth who, while on probation, were involved in additional offenses, including demographic characteristics, classes based on pre-probation involvement in the justice system and accompanying risk levels for violence that may inform service provision.

Chicago Organizational Capacity Analysis – Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago

The study examines youth and family-serving nonprofit capabilities in utilizing data and evidence as well the supports necessary to build that organizational competency.