Two weeks after Macon committee members took no action on several anti-crime resolutions, Public Safety Chairman Virgil Watkins presented his ideas again.
"This comprehensive model, it's been tested, it's been tried, you've seen it," Watkins says, pointing to a slide show presentation.
Monday night was Watkins' second time presenting his Gang Reduction, Intervention, and Prevention, or G.R.I.P, program.
It comes two weeks after the public safety committee voted not to act on several anti-crime resolutions because they said they didn't have enough details.
"We didn't have a complete understanding of what this model was and how it could benefit our community," he says.
A steering committee would head the program and come up with new ideas, find target areas, and be the overall policy making board.
Just under that, Watkins says, comes the project director, who would be responsible for day-to-day management.