The researchers -- Liza Berdychevsky, Monika Stodolska and Kim Shinew, professors in the Recreation, Sport and Tourism Department in the College of Applied Health Sciences at Illinois -- conducted 39 interviews with former gang members
and practitioners working with current or former gang members
, mostly in the metro Chicago area, with the focus being on examining the roles and benefits of recreation in preventing or mitigating youth gang involvement and violence.
Kolkata police are searching for other gang members
Investigations are ongoing into the whereabouts of the three remaining gang members
. They were all convicted of excise fraud and handed prison sentences totalling nine years.
President Donald Trump has (http://time.com/5316087/donald-trump-immigration-infest/) frequently spoken about dangerous gang members
from MS-13 "infesting" the United States.
As one masked gang member
looks down the lens of the camera, he warns that the violent nature of life in one of London's deadly street gangs is not ending any time soon: "We're all brothers...
SURVIVORS Motorcycle gang members
gather outside the restaurant after the bloodbath
"When they see a white gang member
interacting with youth, they don't give any credence.
PC Stuart Moore said Strand Gang members
had taken "control" of the pub, and used it to supply and take drugs.
Second, gang members
return to their gangs "having acquired new soldiering skills and weapons training and pose an even greater threat to civilians and law enforcement." The report goes on to say that over 100 military-trained gang members
in the Los Angeles area "present a latent danger to its residents." If each of these gang members
were to pass on his military training to just four others in LA, they would "overwhelm present law enforcement tactics."
Outside, Daly and gang member
William Buckley were lying in wait.
Children are very interested in stories about the lives of the volunteers such as those told to them by Alex Sanchez, a former gang member
and now a leader of Homies Unidos.
Next, the extrinsic, or external, influences impacting Latino gang member
development and delinquent achievement orientation are reviewed by way of Adler, Hocevar, and Ovando's (1984) conception of the familial influences on delinquent achievement orientation and gang membership among Latinos, Moore's (1985) notion of Latino community-ascribed gang member
stigmatization of Latino youth resulting in self-fulfilling prophecies among those youth, Suarez-Orozco and Suarez-Orozco's (1995b) recognition of discretely extrinsic factors, fundamentally distinct from those of ethnicity, affecting Latino delinquent achievement orientation, and Vigil's (1988a, 1999) theory of multiple marginality in Latino gang member
development and delinquent achievement orientation.