Gangs in suburbs and small towns - the statistically safest locales - is resurging again. This classic text by investigative journalist Dan Korem answers why gangs sarted forming outside the inner-city for the first time in North American & European history, the types of gangs that are appearing, and how to stop gangs from forming - the Missing Protector Strategy - which has been successfully used in schools across North America. Korem's book, now in its fourth printing, is the most widely quoted on the subject and has been used as curriculum at many universities and law enforcement agencies.
Recommended strongly for professionals, academics, and the general public.
It's an excellent read!
Law Enforcement Training Network
Hardbound; 268 pages; over 50 photos and illustrations