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State of the States (SOTS) Core Components
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BACKGROUND

CORE COMPONENTS

SIGNIFICANT, TIMELY, & RELEVANT FINDINGS

ABOUT SOTS

INFRASTRUCTURE


SURVEILLANCE

PROGRAM & POLICY STRATEGIES

PARTNERSHIPS

COMMUNICATION

TRAINING & TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE


COMPLETE 2015 SOTS REPORT

COMPLETE 2013 SOTS REPORT


COMPLETE 2011 SOTS REPORT




 

CORE COMPONENTS

The Safe States Alliance has defined six “core components” that describe capacity of injury and violence prevention programs1. They are:



 

 

These components are essential, foundational elements that address data collection and analysis; identification of the populations and locations at greatest risk; identification of risk and protective factors; and development and utilization of evidence-based strategies and programs to address injuries and violence at the individual, family, community, and societal levels. 

 

 

Building Safer States: Core Components of State Public Health Injury and Violence Prevention Programs . (2013). Atlanta (GA): Safe States Alliance. [accessed 2016 Oct 17].


 


 

 

 

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