Community based intervention is always the most effective way to address any significant problem. Suppression of gun violence that's only directed to gun shop business and other administrative avenues is away from where the heart of the matter exists. Those who are working in the trenches have a best potential to intervene gun violence. The proposed program to intervene is away from the needs that communities have in being a part of the solution where gang and family violence prevail. The guns will be on the streets, the community empowered to directly work on the issue is far more effective means than folks being screened at gun shops. We need a community based strategy and empowerment.