Title

Gang Signs and Solutions: Addressing Gang Activity in Our Schools

Location

Harborside Center East

Strand #1

Safety & Violence Prevention

Relevance

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Brief Program Description

You have an interest in serving “at-risk” or gang related kids! This program was specifically designed for school professionals, law enforcement, and parents involved in or interested in school safety. Participants will gain insight into the criminal gang cultures. You will be able to identify clothing, signs, and symbols associated with gang activity. You will understand some of the cultural differences and community dynamics that shape modern street gangs. Understanding these differences is key to effecting change within gang related and at-risk youth. This presentation focuses the gang mindset giving the participant tools to begin to reach and teach youth touched by gang violence and culture. This presentation contains graphic images of gang violence and strong language.

Summary

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Evidence

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Format

Individual Presentation

Biographical Sketch

FEATURED SPEAKER: Daryl Macaluso, Corporal, Gang Resistance Education And Training, Durham Police, Durham, NC

Daryl Macaluso was featured in the North Carolina Justice Academy 2006 training video on gangs. He has spent four years as a School Resource Officer in middle and high schools and teaches Gang Resistance Education and Training as well as supervises Durham’s G.R.E.A.T. unit. He is the South Eastern Representative for the International Latino Gang Investigators Association and a member of the following associations: National Gang Investigators Association, East Coast Gang Investigators Association, North Carolina School Resource Officer Association, and North Carolina Gang Investigators Association.

Keyword Descriptors

Gang activity, Gang culture, At-risk youth, Gang violence

Presentation Year

2015

Start Date

3-3-2015 8:30 AM

End Date

3-3-2015 9:45 AM

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Gang Signs and Solutions: Addressing Gang Activity in Our Schools

Harborside Center East

You have an interest in serving “at-risk” or gang related kids! This program was specifically designed for school professionals, law enforcement, and parents involved in or interested in school safety. Participants will gain insight into the criminal gang cultures. You will be able to identify clothing, signs, and symbols associated with gang activity. You will understand some of the cultural differences and community dynamics that shape modern street gangs. Understanding these differences is key to effecting change within gang related and at-risk youth. This presentation focuses the gang mindset giving the participant tools to begin to reach and teach youth touched by gang violence and culture. This presentation contains graphic images of gang violence and strong language.