Newark has the third highest violence rate in New Jersey and is above average on the national scale of cities similar in size. This crime is concentrated in specific areas of the City. Approximately 26 percent of violent crime incidents in Newark were committed in the Fifth Precinct in 2016. The Newark SPI project proposes responding to chronic violent crime in the Fifth Precinct through the Model Precinct Accountability and Cooperation Team (M-PACT). M-PACT will create a smaller police precinct within a standard police precinct in order to focus on a smaller area that is affecting crime disproportionally. This mini-precinct would implement evidence-based strategies and integrate technology in order to achieve significant violence reductions. The initiative will be focused on reducing chronic violence through the use of evidence-based strategies, technology based crime interventions, and community engagement. The Impact of M-PACT will be analyzed through comparison to a comparable treatment area, also within the Fifth Precinct.