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Review of the Department of Justice’s Anti-Gang Intelligence and Coordination Centers
Michael D. Gulledge (ed)
Gang membership and gang-related criminal activity has increased over the past 10 years, and gang violence is making increased demands on law enforcement resources in many communities. Experts predict that these trends will continue as gang-operated criminal networks expand. As of Sept. 2008, there were an estimated 1 million gang members – an increase of 200,000 since 2005 – belonging to over 20,000 gangs that were criminally active within the U.S. In Jan. 2007, Attorney Gen. Alberto Gonzales announced that DoJ had taken several steps to address gang violence, including the establishment of three new entities: (1) the National Gang Intelligence Center (NGIC) integrates the gang intelligence assets of all DoJ agencies and other partner agencies; (2) the National Gang Targeting, Enforcement, and Coordination Center (GangTECC) serves as a central coordinating center for multi-jurisdictional gang investigations; and (3) the Gang Unit develops and implements strategies to attack the most significant gangs and serves as the prosecutorial arm of DOJ’s efforts against violent gangs. This report examined the intelligence and coordination activities of NGIC and GangTECC and assessed the effectiveness of their contributions to DOJ’s anti-gang initiatives. Tables.
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