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  • broadcast cover for Sharing Gang Intelligence Bridging the Gap: Corrections - Police - Educators [Satellite/Internet Broadcast]

    Sharing Gang Intelligence Bridging the Gap: Corrections - Police - Educators [Satellite/Internet Broadcast]

    Gangs are a growing national problem that all elements of the public safety community must effectively manage. Collaboration and information sharing are key to managing gangs effectively and safeguarding public and institutional safety. A diverse panel of experts addresses various processes, methods, technologies, partnerships, and information sharing programs related to gangs and their potential networks of intelligence. This broadcast will be of interest to police, corrections, military, and criminal justice educational agencies. Discussion topics include the following:

    • Value of correctional...

  • Aryan Prison Gangs and Law Enforcement (2013)

    This Southern Poverty Law Center video was created to help law enforcement agencies better prepare for encounters with aryan prison gang members behind prison walls and on the streets.

  • Americas Hardest Prisons Dangerous Prison Gangs (2014)

    This 50 min. video produced by the Documentary & Life Discovery HD Channel in May 2014 documents how most prison gangs do more than offer simple protection for their members. Most often, prison gangs are responsible for any drug, tobacco or alcohol handling inside correctional facilities. Furthermore, many prison gangs involve themselves in prostitution, assaults, kidnappings and murders.

  • LA Gang Wars (2016)

    A documentary in the LA gang wars between the Crips and the Bloods.

  • Prison Gangs and Governance: The Hidden Order of the Criminal Underworld (2013)

    David Skarbek is a Lecturer in the Department of Political Economy at King’s College London and an Associate Member of the Extra-Legal Governance Institute at the University of Oxford. In this podcast he presents the an overview of how prison gang maintain control and govern.