‘We didn’t have any kind of chaos’: Louisville gang prevention program turns attention to juveniles
Josh Crawford, who is on the city’s GVI governance committee and has been critical of the program in the past, said he sees it improving as well.
“In order for GVI to function really well, you need the city and state to deliver a ‘B+’ job at least,” Crawford said. “The city is now doing about as well as I could expect for them.”
Crawford did say he thinks a disconnect with the Department of Corrections will continue to affect adult call-in participation, but that is not the city’s fault.