Philadelphia Gun Violence Stakeholders

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1. Philadelphia Adult Probation and Parole Dept

2. Government (and its agencies)

2.1. Local

2.1.1. Philadelphia Dept of Public Health

2.1.2. DHHS

2.1.3. City Council

2.1.4. Mayor's Office

2.1.5. DBHIDS

2.1.6. Department of Education

2.1.7. HUD

2.1.8. Philadelphia Housing Authority

2.1.9. Office of Violence Prevention

2.1.10. City of Philadelphia: Town Watch

2.1.11. HHS

2.1.12. EMS

2.1.13. Office of Community Empowerment and Opportunity

2.1.14. Philadelphia Commission of Human Relations

2.1.15. Philadelphia Defender Association Office

2.1.16. Parks and Recreation

2.1.17. Data Management Office

2.1.18. State legislatures who represent Phila districts

2.1.19. EMS

2.1.20. Dept of Parks and Rec

2.2. State

2.2.1. PA Dept of Health

2.2.2. PA General Assembly

2.2.3. PA Attorney General

2.2.4. PA State Representatives

2.3. Federal

2.3.1. FBI

2.3.2. Homeland Security

2.3.3. Medicaid, Medicare, CHIP

2.3.4. Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms

2.3.5. Health and Human Services

2.3.6. NRA Lobbyists

2.4. Law Enforcement Agencies

2.4.1. DA's Office

2.4.2. Philadelphia Police Dept

2.4.3. Criminal Justice System

2.4.3.1. PA Dept of Corrections

2.4.3.2. PA Board and Probation Parole

2.4.3.3. Philadelphia Dept of Prisons

2.4.3.4. Philadelphia Juvenile Probation Department

2.4.3.5. MDO: Managing Directors Office: Office of Criminal Justice

2.4.4. PA State police

2.4.5. PA Capitol Police

2.4.6. Philadelphia Defender Association

3. Private Sector

3.1. Retail shops

3.2. Gun Manufacturers

3.3. Gun Retailers

3.4. Funeral Homes

3.5. Small Businesses

3.5.1. Corner Stores

3.5.2. Supermarkets

3.5.3. Restaurants

3.5.4. Retail shops

3.6. Real Estate Developers

4. Non-profit Agencies

4.1. Crime Prevention Associations

4.2. NRA

4.3. Gun Owners Association

4.4. Second Amendment Foundation

4.5. Focused Deterrence

4.6. Healing Hurt People

4.7. Philly CeaseFire

4.8. CeaseFirePA

4.9. Every Murder is Real (EMIR)

4.10. Gun Violence Survivors Foundation

4.11. Anti-Violence Partnership of Philadelphia (AVP)

4.12. Dixon House

4.13. National Homocide Justice Alliance

4.14. Philadelphia Anti-Drug Anti-Violence Network

4.15. Victim Community Support Collaborative

4.16. Philadelphia Reentry Coalition

4.17. Center for Returning Citizens

4.18. Philadelphia Mural Arts Program

4.19. PowerCorps PHL

4.20. Violence Intervention Program CHOP

4.21. Coalition to Stop Gun Violence

4.22. Second Amendment Foundation

5. Institutions

5.1. Private

5.1.1. Universities

5.1.1.1. Security

5.1.1.2. Students

5.1.1.3. University Police

5.1.2. Religious Institutions

5.1.2.1. Churches

5.1.2.2. Mosques

5.1.2.3. Synagogues

5.1.2.4. Other Religious Temples/Places of Worship

5.2. Public

5.2.1. Primary and Secondary Schools

5.2.1.1. public schools

5.2.1.2. teachers

5.2.1.2.1. students

5.2.1.3. parents

5.2.1.4. other school staff

5.2.1.5. charter schools

5.2.2. Office of the Safe Schools

5.2.3. Libraries

6. Healthcare/Mental Health Organizations/Agencies

6.1. Hospitals & Rehabilitation Centers

6.1.1. Trauma Centers

6.1.1.1. Penn Presbyterian

6.1.1.2. Thomas Jefferson

6.1.1.3. Hahnemann

6.1.1.4. Temple

6.1.1.5. Einstein

6.1.1.6. CHOP

6.1.1.7. St. Chris

6.1.2. Non-Trauma Centers

6.1.3. Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Centers

6.1.4. Physical Rehabilitation Centers

6.2. Outpatient Care

6.2.1. Medical clinics

6.2.2. Mental health clinics

6.2.3. Homecare agencies

6.3. Healthcare Professionals

6.3.1. Physical/Occupational Therapists

6.3.2. Surgeons/Physicians

6.3.3. Nurses

6.3.4. Technicians

6.4. Professional Societies and Associations

6.4.1. National

6.4.1.1. American Academy of Pediatrics

6.4.1.2. American Medical Association

6.4.1.3. American College of Physicians

6.4.1.4. American College of Surgeons

6.4.1.5. American Academy of Nursing

6.4.1.6. Physicians for Social Responsibility

6.4.2. Local

6.4.2.1. Pennsylvania Medical Society

6.4.2.2. Philadelphia County Medical Society

6.4.2.3. (local chapters of national organizations above)

6.5. Third Party Payers

6.5.1. Private insurers

6.5.2. Public insurers

6.5.2.1. Medicaid

6.5.2.2. Medicare

7. Philadelphia Residents

7.1. Gun owners

7.2. Gangs

7.3. Victims of gun violence

7.3.1. Families

7.3.2. Neighbors

7.3.3. Friends

7.4. Community members

7.5. Community Leaders

7.6. Community Town Watch

7.7. Block Watch Groups

7.8. Neighborhood Associations

8. Media

8.1. Local News

8.1.1. Print new

8.1.2. Radio

8.1.3. TV/Streaming

8.2. Social Media

8.2.1. Twitter

8.2.2. Facebook

8.2.3. Youtube

8.2.4. Instagram

8.3. Journalists