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National Youth Gang Survey (1998): Summary
John J. Wilson. The spread of youth gangs (YG) activity has led to increased public concern. A series of annual surveys facilitated an analysis of changes & trends in the nature of YG & their activities. This Summary provides the results of the 1998 survey, which indicate that the % of jurisdictions reporting active YG decreased from the previous year, from 51% in 1997 to 48% in 1998. Despite these declines, YG remain a serious problem. For example, every city with a population of 250,000 or greater reported the presence of YG. In addition, the number of YG members increased 43% in rural counties from 1996 to 1998, as YG participation continued to spread beyond major cities. Numerous charts & tables.
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