The Standards and Indicators for Model Level I and II Trauma Center Injury and Violence Prevention Programs (2017) is the first to outline the five, consensus-based core components of a model injury and violence prevention (IVP) within Level I and II trauma centers. Each core component is accompanied by a set of voluntary standards and indicators to guide the design and implementation of a model IVP program. The guidance offers programs at all levels ideas on how their programs could be expanded or strengthened, while also providing concrete, consensus-based descriptions of what constitutes a model program — one more likely to deliver the shared goals of reducing the burden and costs of injury and violence in communities across the United States. Since the development of the guidance, the American College of Surgeons released seventh edition of the Resources for Optimal Care of the Injured Patient (2022 Standards), also known as the Grey book. The updated standards include new guidance for injury prevention programs in Level I and II trauma centers based on these standards and indicators.