Practices that show potential to achieve desirable public health outcomes in a specific real-life setting and produce early results that are consistent with the objectives of the activities and thus indicate effectiveness.

Neighborhood Police Encounters, Health, and Violence in a Southern City

Theall, K. P., Francois, S., Bell, C. N., Anderson, A., Chae, D., LaVeist, T. A.

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Policy Change/ Development
Neighborhood and Built Environment
Social and Community Context
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Outside U.S.

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This study examines the relationships between neighborhood police stop-and-frisk encounters and both health outcomes and violence rates in New Orleans, in an ecological, cross-sectional study using local police report data, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data, and US Census data.

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Outcomes of Interest

Reduction of Health Disparities

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