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Fairfield

Police group offers youth violence-prevention program

By From page A3 | January 09, 2013

FAIRFIELD — The Fairfield Police Activities League will offer a prescription to deal with youth violence as a doctor deals with disease.

The “Alive and Free Prescription” crime-prevention program will take place from 6 to 8 p.m. Fridays, starting this week at the Matt Garcia Youth Center at 250 Travis Blvd.

Fairfield PAL members take part in the program that identifies violence as a disease and addresses youth who are at risk for violence as individuals “infected” with the disease of violence. The goal of Alive and Free Prescription is to prevent violence and reduce youth incarceration.

PAL members may join the Alive and Free Prescription program at any time throughout the year. For more information, call 422-6288 or visit www.fairfield-pal.org.

Reach Danny Bernardini at 427-6935 or [email protected] Follow him on Twitter at www.twitter.com/dbernardinidr.

Danny Bernardini

Danny Bernardini

Danny is a newspaper man born and raised in Vacaville. He attended Chico State University and has written for the Enterprise Record and the Reporter. Covers the City of Fairfield, education and crime. A's, Warriors and Saints fan. Listener of vinyl, frequent visitor to the East Bay. Registered "decline to state" voter. Loves a good steak.
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