United States Attorneys' Bulletin: Gangs, Volume 54 Number 3, May 2006   [open pdf - 1MB]

This issue of the "United States Attorneys' Bulletin" is focused on gang activity in the United States. Included are the following articles: "Understanding Gangs and Gang Mentality: Acquiring Evidence of the Gang Conspiracy", by Donald Lyddane; "The National Gang Intelligence Center--Up and Running for 2006"; "Investigating and Prosecuting Gangs Using the Enterprise Theory", by Marc Agnifilo, Kathleen Bliss, and Bruce Riordan; "Specialized Tools for Use in Gang Cases"; "ATF's Unique Technology, Investigative Experience, and Statutory Authority in Gang Prosecutions", by Mark Kraft, Debby Scott, and David Chipman; "The Special Operations Division's National and International Expertise", by Joseph S. Gerbasi and Meredith A. Mills; "Cyber-Technology in Gang Cases", by Stephen K Brannon; "Victim and Witness Challenges in Gang Prosecutions", by Heather Cartwright and Ronald L. Walutes, Jr.; "Immigration Authorities and Gang Enforcement", by Claude Arnold; "The Criminal Division Offers Expert Advice and Assistance for Gang-Related Cases", by Robert J. Raymond; and "Gang Prevention: How to Make the 'Front End' of Your Anti-Gang Effort Work", by Patrick Phelan.

Author:Wyrick, Phelan A.
Lyddane, Donald
Agnifilo, Marc
Publisher:Executive Office for U.S. Attorneys
Series:United States Attorneys' Bulletin
Copyright:Public Domain
Retrieved From:U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) http://www.justice.gov
Media Type:application/pdf
Source:United States Attorneys' Bulletin (May 2006), v.54 no.3
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