Walking One Stop seeks to bring resources to victims of crime

A local anti-crime group walked through the streets of Miami to help provide a community with resources after four people were shot over the weekend.

With more than 100 walks in the books and eight years of service, Walking One Stop is working to ensure that victims of crime in South Florida receive the proper resources to help them through their time of need.

Organizer Wayne Rawlins described the movement as a community collaborative that brings federal, state and local resources to the doorsteps of traumatized crime survivors.

Walking One Stop seeks to bring resources to victims of crime

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