The RBG Conflict Interrupters Model is a data-driven, research-based, community-centric approach to Conflict prevention. RBG Conflict Interrupters maintains that Conflict is a learned behavior and that it can be prevented using
control methods. RBG Conflict Interrupters Model has three core components are essential to disrupt the transmission of violence within communities. Omission of any component is not a faithful replication of the model and may not achieve anticipated decreases in violence: Interrupting, Identifying and reducing, and changing norms.
Funded by Birmingham, AL (December 2018)