intergang


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intergang

(ˌɪntəˈɡæŋ)
adj
occurring between two or more gangs, or occurring between the members of a single gang
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Since 2010, Police Pacification Units have been conducting operations in Rio to clear drug gangs and reduce intergang violence.
Intergang conflict, also known as "gang-on-gang violence," has been shown to result from defense of the gang's reputation, trespassing, retaliation, and gangs defending their identity (Egly & Howell).
Within a year, lengthy prison sentences handed out to other members, as well as intergang murders, caused the Purples to self-destruct.
The prosecution case is that this case comes about because of intergang rivalry.
As the gangs and their intergang battles grew, so did the levels of violence in the countries where they operated.
NGIC Report, particularly the sections on intergang violence, crimes
Within this rubric are cases of intergang warfare, ninja killings (involving targeting of specific individuals for assault/assassination, usually involving the perpetrator disguising his or her identity), and revenge for personal harm--that is, alleged adultery, shaming, or conflict over property.
She becomes the new Question, so she can stop Intergang and save Kate and the day.
First-generation gangs participate in "opportunistic criminal activity and intergang rivalry.