Goal 9: Support the PNC to strengthen its service orientation as a means for violence prevention and effective crime control with a focus on building leadership skills within the police force and on improved relationships between police and communities. On Track With USG support, the PNC has begun implementation of a Police Athletic League in Santa Ana to provide after-school activities and mentoring of youth at risk. The USG is has begun the reclamation renovation of two athletic fields and purchase of uniforms and equipment for the project, which will serve over 700 youth at risk youth. Trial runs of a pilot project (COMPSTAT) to help identify crime patterns and permit more effective patrol and targeted enforcement operations have been completed in model precinct communities of Lourdes, Santa Ana, Ahuachapán, and Sonsonate. Standard operating procedures have been established and an assessment of technological requirements has begun. The model precinct programs now services approximately 500,000 Salvadoran citizens. Approximately 3,500 police were trained in community policing patrol and citizen contact techniques. Community-based policing instruction was completed in 6 municipalities with 311 police officers participating. The GOES has requested USG support to implement community-based policy plans in 26 more municipalities. In addition, 225 community representatives participated in program-sponsored planning and followup activities in support of crime prevention and security enforcement plans for each community. Numerous workshops and mentoring sessions were conducted for council and committee members. 7,300 community members participated in school and community outreach events. Human rights training and monitoring were conducted for 374 police officers in 7 municipalities.