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This document from the San Quentin Prison Law Office reviews the new CDCR rules for deciding who is a gang member or associate, and whether or not
This Atlantic Monthly article from October 2014 summarizes the findings from David Skarbek's book "The Social Order of the Underworld", which attem
This webpage from the Texas Department of Criminal Justice covers the Gang Renouncement and Disassociation (GRAD) process, which provides a method
Gangs are outside and inside prisons, and can cause an even more dangerous working environment; learn how each gang works in order to incorporate t
This report serves as a primer on white supremacist gangs in the United States and the problems they cause, but it is more than that.
In this paper, Benjamin Lessing argues that prison gangs present three distinct problems for policymakers.
Gangs present serious challenges to the management and order of prisons.
Purpose Serious head injuries, also known as traumatic brain injuries (TBIs), are associated with an increase in aggression and violent tendencies.