The Kansas City, MO Smart Policing Initiative (KCMO SPI) aimed to reduce violent crime in the city, particularly murders and aggravated assaults with guns. The KCMO SPI began as a foot patrol project, but later shifted to an offender-based focused deterrence approach. The latter project became a citywide campaign called the KC No Violence Alliance (KC NoVA). Both projects focused on violent victimizations among high-risk individuals. KCMO SPI also created a process to sustain innovative strategies across the organization. Finally, the research partner used an interrupted time-series analysis to evaluate the impact of KC NoVA on violent crime. Results showed that foot patrol areas experienced a 26 percent reduction in aggravated assaults.