Contra Costa County Deadlines An Anti-Gang Program In The Death Of JaVonte Prothro, 29 & Otigo Martinez, 18 Murdered In Richmond, California

                                Photo Credits:  Christopher Whimmer, City Photographer 9.19.2016

Richmond, California ~ Since the death of JaVonte Prothro, 29 and Otigo Martinez, 18, coth residents of Hercules, California on September 19, 2016, Contra Costa County has been busy managing and implementing business drives towards Anti-Gang solutions.  One of the City of Richmond Business Results to address Gun Violence was to introduce Anti-gang programs across the County.  With limited budgets to assist the Richmond Police Departments, Contra Costa County supervisors are looking for a coordinator to work in a new program called "Operation Ceasefire" to aid in the reduction of violent crimes, according to Supervisor Federal Glover.

Operation Ceasefire is a benchmark to Boston, Chicago and Stockton programs and will be used as a strategy to research and experience evolution using a comprehensive approah to deter violence while providing employment training, jobs and other services.  According to the State of California, anyone interested in filling this challenging position of becoming a Coordinator can review the request for qualifications at: or you can submit a request for qualification to: by Monday at noon.

Your final responses are due on the 10th floor of 651 Pine Street in Martinez by noon November 17th.


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