On December 7th President Trump was in Kansas City Missouri on Friday to speak at the national “Project Safe Neighborhoods” conference. Project Safe Neighborhoods was just brought back recently after ending during Obama’s administration.
President @realDonaldTrump is in Kansas City, Missouri, to deliver remarks at the 2018 Project Safe Neighborhoods National Conference. Tune in LIVE at 12:50 p.m. ET: https://t.co/EmsdctGWtd pic.twitter.com/SwYIUKG7eu
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) December 7, 2018
What is Project Safe Neighborhoods
“Project Safe Neighborhoods” is concentrated on getting different law officials to work together more efficiently. Relationships between people like local police, prosecutors, federal marshals, and attorneys are supposed to be improved across the nation. What does this do to help the United States as a whole?
“This effort brings together law enforcement, community groups and local leaders together to get the most violent criminals in the most dangerous areas off the streets and behind bars,” Trump said. 
Along with bringing law enforcement officials together, Project Safe Neighborhoods also works towards properly prosecuting criminals after they have been caught.
Project Safe Neighborhoods 2018
From December 5th through to the 7th the national Project Safe Neighborhoods conference has been held at the Westin Kansas City at Crown Center. 
The two and a half day conference included topics such as addressing violent crime, identifying and fighting gangs, fugitive apprehension, and caring for drug or abuse cases. Law officials from all across the nation attended the conference.
This afternoon, President Trump delivered remarks at the 2018 Project Safe Neighborhoods National Conference where he reinforced his commitment to making our communities safer for all Americans. pic.twitter.com/8I1j0F0B30
— The White House (@WhiteHouse) December 8, 2018