Criminal Street Gangs Workshop / In-ServiceUp one level
This training program examines every facet of the street gang subculture and provides valuable insight into why individuals become involved in gang behavior, how gang behavior is manifested and what law enforcement agencies, individuals, schools and communities can do to impact the problem.
- An overview of the national gang problem
- The myths and truths of the street gang subculture
- The gangster mentality and gang value system
- Contributing factors and motivators to gang involvement
- Gang violence and gang weaponry
- The impact of gang activity on families, schools, communities and individuals
- National major gang trends and the “hybrid gang” connection
- Strategies for effectively addressing gang activity through suppression, intervention and prevention
- Gang identification and recognition
Who Should Attend
Qualified applicants must be full-time, sworn law enforcement peace officers.
This training is open to full time, sworn law enforcement officers (especially first line officers and supervisors including patrol officers, detectives, and narcotics officers and their supervisors). State, local, campus and tribal law enforcement personnel are encouraged to attend.
Attendees are responsible for all travel, lodging and meal expenses.
If you prefer to go directly to the registration database, or if you already have an account and password, go to https://registration.fletc.gov
Call 1-800-743-5382 or E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and reference the name of the program.
There are currently no training dates or other items within this program.