RUTGERS-INTRO-Wk 3A

RUTGERS-INTRO-Wk 3A - GANGS SocialDynamics,...

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    GANGS Social Dynamics,  Police Responses, and  Policy Implications
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    VISIONS FOR CHANGE CHAPTER 3 CURRENT GANG MEMBERSHIP 34% African Americans 43% Hispanic-Americans 12% Caucasions 6% Asians
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    SIMILARITIES BETWEEN GANGS AND  TERRORISM The inclination towards the use of  violence to achieve political and  economic gains The possibility of links between street  gangs and organized crime Membership may be drawn from  similar ranks.
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    2 ALTERNATIVES FOR SUCCESSFULLY  REFORMING A YOUTH WHO HAS COME UNDER  GANG INFLUENCE 1. Remove the individual from the  gang and the social world it  represents, or 2. Reform the gang
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    PROGRAM APPROACH TO GANGS Gang members must participate in meaningful programs. Gang  programs need to train and hire former gang members as staff, utilize  older gang members as consultants in developing new programs, and  make sure input from the gang clients take place. Emphasis needs to be on creating jobs and improving education, not 
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2011 for the course CRIMINAL J 201 taught by Professor Scezjner during the Fall '08 term at Rutgers.

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