Tina Padilla

Northeast program director, GRYD (Gang Reduction and Youth Development)

Northeast program director of GRYD (Gang Reduction and Youth Development)

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Homicides in the City of LA are up 25% from last year, according to LA Police Department Chief Michel Moore.

‘We’re trying to prevent a mother from losing their child’: Gang interventionist on spike in gun violence

Homicides in the City of LA are up 25% from last year, according to LA Police Department Chief Michel Moore.

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