South Bend, Ind. City leaders are continuing to make progress on an initiative launched back in April to reduce gun violence in South Bend.
The newly-developed anti-violence commission met for a third time Wednesday at the Center for History.
The group unites law enforcement, social services and the faith-based community around a common mission: saving lives by making South Bend a safer place to live.
Wednesday's gathering focused on crime reduction strategies that commission members studied during a recent trip to New York.