The AdHoc Group Against Crime serves as a trusted bridge between the community and law enforcement to reduce violence and solve crimes in order to make our neighborhoods safe and secure.
The AdHoc Group Against Crime was formed in 1977 when a group of concerned citizens came together to address the unsolved murders of 9 African American women. Alvin Brooks was one of the founding members and led the organization in combating crime and violence in the Kansas City Metropolitan area until the year 2000. At that time, AdHoc merged with Project Neighborhood, which focused on reducing substance abuse among the target population, to form a new entity called Move Up.
Move Up dismantled in December of 2007; however, Mr. Brooks never stopped receiving calls from people reaching out to him for the same help that the AdHoc Group Against Crime once provided. He could not keep up with the demand from all the calls alone. As a result, in June of 2008, some of AdHoc’s previous partners and other concerned individuals formed a Board and acquired a 501c3 to claim the rebirth of the AdHoc Group Against Crime.Click here to read more about our programs and services.
June 8, 2015 – Women Helping Others (W.H.O)
June 9, 2015 – Supporting Services for Families Surviving Homicide
June 20, 2015 – Mothers and Families for Healing and Justice
July 7, 2015 – Supporting Services for Families Surviving Homicide
July 18, 2015 – Mothers and Families for Healing and Justice