This issue of the "United States Attorneys' Bulletin" deals with gang violence in America. Included are articles on safe neighborhoods, the Department of Justice's Gang Squad and National Gang Intelligence Center, federal statutes, federal prosecution of juveniles, combating gangs in St. Louis, and effective anti-gang strategies. Articles include the following: Project Safe Neighborhoods and Gangs--an Expansion of Focus, by Tate Chambers; The Department of Justice's Gang Squad, Gang Targeting Enforcement and Coordination Center, and National Gang Intelligence Center, by David Jaffe; Tools for Gang Prosecutions Available through the Office of Enforcement Operations, by Thomas Taylor; Use of Federal Statutes to Attack Street Gangs, by Joseph Alesia and John Lausch; When Children Commit Adult Crimes: Demystifying Federal Prosecution of Juveniles, by Nancy Oliver; Gangs and the Internet, by Bruce Ferrell; New Methods for Solving Old Problems: Combating Gang Criminality in a St. Louis Community, by Carlos A. Canino, Kurt Franzi, and Dave Joyce; and No Panacea, Some Promises, Much Potential: A Review of Effective Anti-Gang Strategies, by Brendan Groves.
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United States Attorneys' Bulletin (July 2008), v.56 no.4