antigang

antigang

(ˌæntɪˈɡæŋ)
adj
opposed to the formation, growth and activities of gangs
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At present two men are detained by gardai under antigang legislation.
A TRAFFIC stop in San Diego has led to a gun battle that killed an antigang police officer and seriously wounded another.
He argued that the belief that the Chicago antigang ordinance was supported by the most impacted minority communities was false.
129) The one area in which DOJ had established national-level procedures to coordinate counter-violent crime activities was in the establishment of new antigang task forces.
Les quatre fonctionnaires, deux gardiens de la paix et deux officiers, sont affectes a la brigade de recherche et d'intervention (BRI), l' antigang ', prestigieuse unite chargee des filatures et des interpellations complexes et sensibles.
Although community policing as a means of maintaining order in urban areas may have experienced a doctrinal setback when the Court construed the antigang ordinance in Chicago v.
According to a 2011 report by the National Police antigang unit in E1 Salvador, by the end of 2010, the MS-13 and Calle 18 gangs had some 27,500 members just in E1 Salvador, 9,200 of whom were in prison.
for striking down an antigang ordinance for vagueness).
For starters, counterinsurgent planners should consult law enforcement personnel associated with antigang units, inner-city community leaders, social psychologists, and cultural anthropologists.
Det Insp Dean Young, from the force's antigang taskforce said: "The sentence goes to show that even people who are simply looking after potentially lethal weapons for someone else can expect a criminal record and to go to prison for a significant length of time.
The report draws an analogy with three other community initiatives: antigang efforts, liaisons between community groups and the federal government in connection with antiterrorism efforts, and the Safe Schools/Healthy Students Initiative designed to prevent school violence and drug abuse.