In Kansas City, Missouri, the KC Mothers In Charge routinely sends representatives to homicide scenes in a vain attempt to try and compel the invariably black suspect to turn themselves in and stop the 'culture of violence' from perpetuating itself:
We believe that family members should not have to stand alone at the homicide scene of their loved one. We are always on-call and ready to provide compassion, care, and support for grieving families. Immediately following the tragedy of a homicide, KC MIC is contacted by the Kansas City Missouri Police Department and dispatched to the homicide scenes. While police are securing the scene for proper investigation, KC MIC mothers provide trauma informed crisis counseling to family members of the victim. As mothers who have been through the pain having our children stolen, we understand the incredible importance of peer-support to families during their darkest moment.Oh, and they hold vigils for dead blacks (murdered by other blacks) and work with the various nonprofits in Kansas City - the Kansas City No Violence Alliance - dedicated to stopping... black on black violence.
Is it working?
Of course, this professor of criminology fails to note the reason for this: fellow young blacks gunning down young blacks. [Crime statistics reveal Kansas City’s disturbing homicide trend, Kansas City Star, July 1, 2017]: