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Gangs are neither just a big city or inner city problem, nor are they a problem of a particular race or culture. Gangs cross all ethnic, racial, socioeconomic, gender, and geographic boundaries. They bring fear and violence to neighborhoods, traffic in drugs, destroy property, involve youth in crime, and drive out businesses. Gangs pull teens away from school and home into a life of violence.

One of the scariest aspects of gang violence is it's often indiscriminate and unpredictable. Gang members have been known to kick, punch, hit, or even kill their victims. People get hurt if they are in the wrong place at the wrong time. If gangs or gang members are in your school or neighborhood, you know it.

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 NOTE: Gangs OR Us was the originator of the Gangs In U.S. list. Several groups use the list with permission, while several others have plagiarized the material.

As an example of how extensive the numbers of gangs are in our cities, many, but by no means all, of the local "neighborhood" gangs are listed for our nations capitol, Washington D.C. For the fifty states, only those gangs that may be well known within the region, or nationally, are listed; local gangs are too numerous.

Should you require specific information about gangs in your community, please contact your local, county, or state law enforcement agency.

National CSI is committed to keeping this list up to date.


Alabama
Barrio Pobres Locos, Bloods, Crips, Black Gangster Disciples, Brown Pride 13, Insane Gangster Disciples, Malditos 13, Sur 13, Playboy Gangster Crips, Skinheads
Gangs in Prison
- Arizona Aryan Brotherhood, Vice Lords

Alaska
Bloods, Crips, Mara Salvatrucha, Tiny Rascal Gangsters, Trinitario,
Gangs in Prison - Aryan Brotherhood, Black Gangster Disciples, La Raza, Skinheads

Arizona
Bloods, Crips, Brown Mexican Pride, Gangster Disciples, Latin Kings, Mau Mau, Nazi Low Riders,  Norteños, Sureños. Wetback Power
Gangs in Prison - African American Council, Arizona Aryan Brotherhood, Arizona's New Mexican Mafia, Arizona's Old Mexican Mafia, Border Brothers, Grandel, La Raza, Mau Mau, Sureños, Warrior Society

Gang Investigation Units - G.I.T.E.M.,

Arkansas
Bloods, Crips, Gangster Disciples, Mara Salvatrucha, Vice Lords
Gangs in Prison
- Aryan Brotherhood

California
Ba Hala Na, Bloods, Cheap Boys, Crips, Black Gangster Disciples, Florencia 13, Hmong Nation Society, Insane Hmong Pride, Mara Salvatrucha, Masters Of Destruction (Hmong), Natoma, Nazi Low Riders, Norteños, Skinheads, Supreme White Power, Sureños, Tiny Little Rascals, Tiny Rascal Gangsters, 18th Street
Gangs in Prison - Aryan Brotherhood, Black Guerrilla Family, Bloods, Bull Dogs (F-14), Crips, Lady Rascals (Asian female), La Nuestra Familia, Latin Ladies (Hispanic female), Mexican Mafia, Midnite Pearls (Hispanic female), Nazi Low Riders, Northern Structure, Southside Scissors (Asian Female), Texas Syndicate

 Gang Investigation Units: Modesto PD , Redding PD, San Jose Gang Prevention Task Force, Santa Clarita Task Force

Colorado
Aryan Brotherhood, Asian Boy Crips, Asian Pride, Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Crips, Gallant Knights Insane, Hit Man Posse, Inca Boys, Mexican Mafia, Norteños, North Side Mafia, Ku Klux Klan, Skinheads, Sureño 13, Tiny Rascal Gangsters,  Untouchables, Vatos Locos, Vice Lords, Vietnamese Pride, West Side Anybody Killers
Gangs in Prison
- 211 Crew, Aryan Brotherhood, Black Guerrilla Family, Dirty White Boys, La Nuestra Familia, Mexican Mafia, New Mexico Syndicate, Texas Syndicate

Gang Investigation Units - Denver Gang Bureau

Connecticut
20 Luv, Brothers of Struggle, Elm City Boys, El Rukns, La Familia, Latin Kings, La Ñeta, Los Solidos, Shower Posse, The Mob, Tiny Rascal Gangsters
Gangs in Prison
- Aryan Brotherhood, La Ñeta, Latin Kings, Los Solidos

Gang Investigation Units -  Statewide Cooperative Crime Control Task Force

Delaware
Bloods, Crips, Dog Pound, Latin Kings, United Blood Nation
Gangs in Prison
- Aryan Brotherhood, Latin Kings
 

Florida
Bloods, Crips, Trinitario, Latin Kings, Skinheads, KKK,

Current list of state-wide Street and Prison Gangs provided by the Florida Department of Corrections
Street Gangs
Prison Gangs
Gangs in Palm Beach County

Gang Investigation Units - Fort Lauderdale PD

Georgia
18th Street, Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Crips, Brown Side Locos, Gangster Disciples, La Gran Familia, La Raza, Latin Kings, Los Zetas, Malditos 13, Mara Salvatrucha, Norteños, Pachucos 21, Puros Vatos Locos, Riverside Locos, Sur 13, Sureños 13, Vice Lords
Gangs in Prison - Aryan Brotherhood, Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Crips, Five Percenters, Skinheads

Gang Activity in Georgia

Bloods and Crips

Bloods and Crips are two of the largest and most violent associations of criminal street gangs in the United States. The membership of both gangs is primarily African American. Both gangs are a collection of structured and unstructured gangs commonly known as sets. Generally, gang sets are established by an entrepreneurial individual who runs the set and recruits members to distribute drugs, primarily cocaine. Bloods and Crips distribute drugs in California and many other states including Georgia. Although Bloods and Crips sets are located throughout the United States, not all gangs that claim to be Bloods and Crips are affiliated with the Los Angeles-based Bloods and Crips. Bloods and Crips embrace the principles of individualism, loyalty to their own members, and violence against other gangs. The gangs harbor deep hatred toward each other and each considers the other a rival. The two gangs will, however, cooperate in criminal ventures for profit.

Gangster Disciples

Gangster Disciples is the largest of the Chicago-based street gangs and its membership is primarily African American. This gang has been in existence since the early 1960s, and its organizational hierarchy resembles that of a corporation. The gang distributes illegal drugs, primarily crack cocaine, heroin, and marijuana, throughout the Chicago area, usually in low-income areas on the south and west sides of the city, and in over 40 other states including Georgia.

La Gran Familia

La Gran Familia is one of the primary Hispanic street gangs in the Atlanta metropolitan area. Its members distribute cocaine, heroin, marijuana, and methamphetamine and engage in violent criminal activity including assault, auto theft, drive-by shooting, and homicide. In Atlanta La Gran Familia is an alliance of predominantly Hispanic street gangs. Gangs identified with La Gran Familia alliance in Atlanta include Vatos Locos, Pachucos, Latin Kings, Riverside, 18th Street, East Side Locos, La Raza, Aztecas, and Matildos 13.

Latin Kings

Latin Kings, also known as Almighty Latin Kings Nation, is a predominantly Hispanic street and prison gang with two major factions: one in Chicago and one in the northeast. These gangs started as social groups in Hispanic communities but later evolved into criminal groups that distribute drugs and commit violent crimes. Latin Kings is a highly structured gang that relies on strict, detailed charters to maintain discipline. Chicago-based Latin Kings, affiliated with People Nation, is the foundation for all other Latin Kings gangs. The gang has expanded throughout the nation including into Georgia. Latin Kings members in the Atlanta metropolitan area reportedly have ties to Latin Kings in New York.

Sureños 13

Sureños 13 is a major Hispanic street gang in the Atlanta metropolitan area. Its members distribute cocaine, heroin, marijuana, and methamphetamine. They also commit assault, auto theft, drive-by shooting, and homicide. Law enforcement reports indicate that Sureños 13 in Atlanta identifies itself as a gang rather than an alliance of gangs as does Sureños 13 in Southern California. There are no reports to indicate that Sureños 13 in Atlanta is associated with the Sureños 13 alliance of gangs in Southern California.

Vice Lords

Vice Lords, one of the largest and most violent associations of criminal street gangs in the United States, is based in Chicago. Its membership is predominantly African American. Vice Lords is split among major factions such as the Conservative Vice Lords, Traveling Vice Lords, and Four Corner Hustlers. Each faction has a distinct membership and leadership. Vice Lords distributes drugs, principally crack cocaine, marijuana, methamphetamine, and some heroin, in Chicago and other states including Georgia.

Gang Investigation Units -

Hawaii
Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Hawaii Boys, Hawaii Brothers, Judas, Sons of Samoa 
Gangs in Prison
- Aryan Brotherhood, Black Gangster Disciples, Black Guerrilla Family, Bloods, Crips, Ku Klux Klan, La Nuestra Familia, Mexican Mafia, Skinheads, Vice Lords

Idaho
Black Gangster Disciples, Crips, Dog Pound, Norteños, Skinheads, Sur 13, Sureño13, White Aryan Resistance
Gangs in Prison - Unknown

Gang Investigation Units:

Illinois
Black Gangster Disciples, Black P Stones, Bloods, Crips, El Rukns, Four Corner Hustlers, Gangster Disciples, Harrison Gents, Imperial Gangsters, Imperial Vice Lords, La Familia, La Raza, Latin Kings, Latin Queens, Maniac Latin Disciples, Mara Salvatrucha, Mickey Cobras, Norteños, Pachucos, Simon City Royals, Sisters of the Struggle, Sureños 13, Two Two Boys, Vice Lords, Trinitario,
Gangs in Prison - Aryan Brotherhood, Black Gangster Disciples, El Rukns, Latin Kings, Mickey Cobras, Vice Lords

Gang Investigation Units - Joliet PD, Lake County Gang Task Force, Oak Park Township,

Indiana
Asian Mafia, (Street Killing Boys) Black Gangster Disciples, Black P Stones, Bloods, Crips, Four Corner Hustlers, Gangster Disciples, Ku Klux Klan, Latin Kings, La Raza, Mexican Mafia, Vatos Locos, SKB, Skinheads, Sureños, Tiny Gangsters, Tiny Rascal Gangsters,Vice Lords
Gangs in Prison
- Aryan Brotherhood, Black Gangster Disciples, Vice Lords

Gang Investigation Units -

Iowa
Black Gangster Disciples, Black P Stones, Crips, El Rukns, Four Corner Hustlers, Gangster Disciples, Insane Vice Lords, Ku Klux Klan, Latin Kings, Skinheads, Vice Lords
Gangs in Prison
- Arizona Aryan Brotherhood, Aryan Brotherhood, Black Gangster Disciples, Crips, Dirty White Boys, Latin Kings, Vice Lords

Kansas
Asian Boyz, Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Crips, Four Corner Hustlers, Gangster Disciples, Insane Gangster Disciples, Latin Kings, Latin Queens, Norteños, Sureños 13, Vatos Locos, Vice Lords
Gangs in Prison - Aryan Brotherhood, Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Crips, Skinheads, Vice Lords
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Kentucky
Asian Boyz, Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Crips, Latin Kings, Two Two Boys, Vice Lords
Gangs in Prison
- Aryan Brotherhood, El Rukns, Gangster Disciples

Louisiana
Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Crips, Latin Kings
Gangs in Prison - Aryan Brotherhood, Bloods, Crips

Maine
Asian Boyz, Crips, Latin Kings, Los Solidos, Tiny Rascal Gangsters
Gangs in Prison - Crips, Latin Kings

Maryland
Asian Boyz, Bloods, Crips, Mara Salvatrucha, Skinheads, Vatos Locos, Vice Lords
Gangs in Prison - Unknown
Gang Activity and Resources by Location (after opening, click gang activity and resources by location)
Gangs - A Regional Perspective (MD, DC, Northern VA)

Massachusetts
Latin Kings, Bloods, Trinitario,

Current list of Street and Prison Gangs provided by the Massachusetts Department of Corrections.
Security Threat Groups

Gang Investigation Units: Lynn PD

Michigan
Bloods, Crips, Gangster Disciples, Latin Counts, Latin Kings, Mara Salvatrucha, Tiny Rascal Gangsters, Vice Lords, Young Guns
Gangs in Prison
-  Latin Kings, Vice Lords, Young Guns

Minnesota
Bloods, Crips, Family Mob, Gangster Disciples, L.A. 213 18's, Latin Kings, Vatos Locos, Sureño 13, Vice Lords
Gangs in Prison - Black P Stones, Bloods, Crips, Latin Kings, Vice Lords

Gang Investigation Units: Minneapolis PD (PDF)

Mississippi
Black Gangster Disciples, Black P Stones,Bloods, Crips, Conservative Vice Lords, Four Corner Hustlers, Gangster Disciples, Vice Lords
Gangs in Prison
- Arizona Aryan Brotherhood, Black Gangster Disciples, Black P Stones, Bloods, Crips, El Rukns, Four Corner Hustlers, Simon City Royals, Vice Lords

Missouri
Aryan Brotherhood, Asian Boyz, Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Crips, Gangster Disciples, La Familia, Latin Kings, Mexican Mafia, Skinheads, Sureños 13, Vice Lords
Gangs in Prison - Unknown

Montana
Bloods, Crips, Gangster Disciples, Insane Gangster Disciples, Sureños
Gangs in Prison - Unknown

Nebraska
18th Street, Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Conservative Vice Lords, Crips, Gangster Disciples, La Raza, Latin Kings, Mara Salvatrucha, Mexican Mafia, Sureños 13,
Gangs in Prison - Aryan Brotherhood, Black Gangster Disciples, Crips, Latin Kings, Mexican Mafia

Nevada
Asian Boys, Ba Hala Na, Bloods, Crips, Latin Kings, Mara Salvatrucha, Mara Villa, Nazi Low Riders, Norteños, Skinheads, Sureños 13
Gangs in Prison - Aryan Brotherhood, Bulldogs (F-14), Crips, Gangster Disciples, La Nuestra Familia, Latin Kings, Mexican Mafia, Northern Structure

New Hampshire
Aryan Brotherhood, Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Crips, Latin Kings, Los Solidos, Ñeta, Tiny Rascal Gangsters
Gangs in Prison - Aryan Brotherhood, Crips, Gangster Disciples, Latin Kings

New Jersey
18th Street, Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation, Athens Park Piru Bloods, Bounty Hunter Bloods, Cash Money Boys, Crips, Dog Pound, Dominicans Don't Play, Jive Percenters (5%), G 27, Grape Street Crips, atian Mafia, La Familia, La Mugre, Latin Kings, Los Solidos, MS 13, Ñeta, Nine Trey Gangster Bloods, Red Dog Piru Bloods, Sex Money Murder Bloods, Rolling 30's Crips, Sex, Money, Murder Bloods, Vatos Locos, Zulu Nation, Trinitario,Bergen County Hooligans
Gangs in Prisons - Aryan Brotherhood*, Afrikan Liberation Army, Afrikan National Ujamaa, Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods*, Conservative Vice Lords, Crips*, Jive Percenters*, G-27, Ku Klux Klan, La Familia, Latin Kings*, Ñeta*, Prison Brotherhood of Bikers*,  Skinheads

* - Designated as Security Threat Group (STG)

Gang Investigation Units - Monmouth County

New Mexico
Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Crips, Marielitos, Sureños
Gangs in Prison - 18th Street, Aryan Brotherhood, Bloods, Crips, New Mexico Syndicate, Sureños 13, Texas Syndicate

New York
Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation, Black Guerrilla Family, Bloods (United Blood Nation), Born to Kill, Crips, El Esquadron, Five Percenters, Gangster Disciples, La Familia, La Raza, Los Solidos, Los Vatos Locos, Mara Salvatrucha, Mexican Mafia, Ñetas, Shower Posse, Supreme White Power, S
ureños 13, The Mexican Boys, Toy Soldiers, Untouchables, Young Guns, Zulu Nation, Trintario's aka 3N1,  Los ZetasDominican Don't Play, Sex Money Murder and 9 Tray Bloods, Green Point Skin Heads.
Gangs in Prison
- Bloods, Five Percenters, Latin Kings, Ñetas

Gang Investigation Units - 

North Carolina
18th Street, 42nd Street Little Criminals, Bloods, Crips, Gangster Disciples, Kings, Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), Latin Kings, Sure
ño 13, Trinitario,
Gangs in Prison
- Aryan Brotherhood of Texas, Crips, Five Percenters, Gangster Disciples
North Carolina Gangs By County (pdf format)

City of Charlotte - Largest Gangs

North Dakota
Bloods, Crips, Sureños 13
Gangs in Prison - Unknown

OHIO
Bloods, Conservative Vice Lords, Crips, Gangster Disciples, Insane Spanish Cobras, Ku Klux Klan, Latin Kings, Vice Lords,  Trinitario,
Gangs in Prison - Arizona Aryan Brotherhood, Aryan Brotherhood, Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Crips, Five Percenters, Latin Kings, Mexican Mafia

Gang Investigation Units:

Oklahoma
Aryan Brotherhood, Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Born To Kill, Confederate Hammerskins, Crips, Gangster Disciples, Insane Gangster Disciples, Mara Salvatrucha, Shower Posse, Ku Klux Klan, Latin Counts, Latin Kings, Skinheads, Vice Lords, White Aryan Resistance
Gangs in Prison
- Aryan Brotherhood, Bloods, Crips, Dirty White Boys, Gangster Disciples, Mexican Mafia, Mexikanemi

Gang Investigations Units:

Oregon
Asian Boys, Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Crips, Gangster Disciples, Ku Klux Klan, Latin Kings, Mara Salvatrucha, Mexican Mafia, Neo-Nazis, Norteños, Skinheads, Sureños, Varrio Locos
Gangs in Prison
- Aryan Brotherhood, Bloods, Crips, Skinheads

Gang Investigation Units: Washington County

Pennsylvania
Almighty Latin Kings Nation, Aryan Brotherhood, Asian Boyz, Bloods, Crips, Dog Pound, Five Percenters, Gangster Disciples, Ku Klux Klan, Los Solidos, Mexican Mafia, MS-13, Skinheads, Tiny Rascal Gangsters, Vatos Locos, Trinitario,
Gangs in Prison
- Aryan Brotherhood, Bloods, Crips, La Nuestra Familia, Latin Kings, Ñeta, Young Guns

Rhode Island
Street Gangs - Asian Boyz, Bloods, Crips, Latin Kings, Mara Salvatrucha 13, Tiny Rascal Gangsters
Gangs in Prison - Five Percenters, , Los Solidos, Tiny Rascal Gangsters, Trinitario,

South Carolina
Click here to view extensive information about South Carolina street gangs and the gang problems within the state.

Gangs in Prison - Black Gangster Disciples, Black Mafia, Bloods, Crips, Five Percenters, Mexican Mafia, Young Guns

Gang Investigations Units: Richland County Gang Task Force

South Dakota
Bloods, Crips, Gangster Disciples
Gangs in Prison
- Aryan Brotherhood, Black Gangster Disciples, Black P Stones, Bloods, Crips, Gangster Disciples, Ku Klux Klan, Latin Kings, Norteños 14, Skinheads, Sureños 13, Vice Lords

Gang Investigation Units:

Tennessee
Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Confederate Hammerskins, Crips, Gangster Disciples, Imperial Vice Lords, Insane Gangster Disciples, Ku Klux Klan
Gangs in Prison - Aryan Brotherhood, Aryan Nation, Bloods, Brothers of the Struggle (BOS), Crips, Gangster Disciples, Five Percenters, Latin Kings, Mexican Mafia, Sureños

Texas
Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Crips, Latin Kings, Los Zetas, Mara Salvatrucha, Norteños, Skinheads, Sureños 13, Untouchables,
Gangs in Prison
- Aryan Brotherhood of Texas, Aryan Circle, Barrio Azteca, Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Crips, Hermanos Pistoleros Latinos, Latin Kings, Mandingo Warriors, Mexican Mafia, Raza Unida, Texas Mafia, Texas Syndicate

Gang Investigation Units: Bonham PD, , Dallas PD,  Fort Worth PD, Pasadena Gang Task Force

Utah
18th Street, Asian Boys, Bloods, Crips, Gangster Disciples, Mara Salvatrucha, Nortenos, Sinaloan Cowboys, Skinheads, Straight Edgers,rw Sureños 13, Tiny Rascal Gangsters, Vice Lords, White Supreme Powerr
Gangs in Prison
- Aryan Brotherhood, Black Guerrilla Family, Mexican Mafia, Sureños 13

Gang Investigation Units: 

Vermont
Los Solidos
Gangs in Prison
- Los Solidos

Virginia
18th Street, Bloods, Crips, Brown Pride, Insane Gangster Disciples, Lost Soldiers, Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13), South Side Locos, Tiny Rascal Gangsters,
Gangs in Prison - 18th Street, Aryan Brotherhood, Black Gangster Disciples, Black Guerrilla Family, El Rukns, Five Percenters, Ku Klux Klan, La Nuestra Family, La Raza, Skinheads

Washington
18th Street, Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Crips, Ku Klux Klan, Mara Salvatrucha, Norteños, Skinheads, Sons of Samoa, Sureños, Tiny Rascal Gangsters
Gangs in Prison - 18th Street, Aryan Brotherhood, Aryan Brotherhood of Texas, Black Gangster Disciples, Bloods, Bull Dogs (F-14), Crips, Gangster Disciples, Latin Kings, Mara Salvatrucha, Mexican Mafia, Northern Structure, Skinheads, Texas Syndicate, Vice Lords, White Aryan Resistance

Washington D.C.
12th Street Crew, 10th Place Crew, 12th & Hamlin Street Crew, 13th Street Crew, 14th & Clifton, 14th & Good Hope Road Crew, 14th & Monroe Crew, 1512 Crew, 15th Place Crew (1-5 Mob), 16th and U Street Crew, 1st & Kennedy Crew, 1st & O Street Crew, 1st & Seaton Place Crew, 1st & T Street Crew, 203 Crew, 3500 Crew, 501 Capers Crew, 58th Street Mob, 5th & O Street Crew, 7 n L Mob, 7th & O Crew, 7th & Taylor Crew, Alabama Avenue Crew, Allison Street Crew, Barry Farms  Crew, rw Brown Union, Clifton Terrace University, Condon Terrace Crew, Congress Park Crew, Crittenden Crew, E Street Crew, F Mob, Fairfax Village Crew, Fern Street Crew, H Street Crew, Hobart Stars, Hothead Boys, Kentucky Courts Crew, La Mara Park, La Mara R, Langston Crew, Levis Street Crew, Lincoln Heights Crew, Lincoln Westmoreland, Mellon Mob, Michigan Park Crew, Montana Avenue Crew, Naylor Road Crew, Orleans Crew, Park Morton Crew,Parkland Crew, Potomac Gardens Crew, Queen Street Crew, Riggs Road Crew, Rosedale Crew, Stanton Terrace Crew, Sursum Corda Court Crew, Todd Place Crew, Wellington Park Crew, Woodland Crew

West Virginia
Crips, Simon City Royals
Gangs in Prison - Unknown

Wisconsin
Asian Crips, Black Gangster Disciples, Black P Stones, Bloods, Conservative Vice Lords, Crips, Four Corner Hustlers, Gangster Disciples, Imperial Gangster Disciples, Latin Kings, Maniac Latin Disciples, Mickey Cobras, Nazi Low Riders, Orchestra Albany, Oriental Ruthless Boys, Simon City Royals, Sureños, Vatos Locos, Vice Lords
Gangs in Prison - Aryan Brotherhood, Black Gangster Disciples, Dirty White Boys, Five Percenters, Gangster Disciples, Insane Unknowns, Latin Kings, Nazi Low Riders, Simon City Royals, Spanish Cobras, Vice Lords, 14 Words  

Gang Investigation Units: Dane County Narcotics & Gang Task Force, Sheboygan PD

Wyoming
Bloods, Crips, Skinheads
Gangs in Prison
- Arizona Aryan Brotherhood, Aryan Brotherhood, Bloods, Crips, Mexican Mafia

   Europe, Dominican Republic, Spain, Madrid:   Trinitario,

18th Street Gang
Formed in Los Angeles, 18th Street is a loosely associated set of cliques, each led by an influential and prominent member. Membership in 18th Street is estimated to consist of between 30,000 to 50,000 individuals. In California, approximately 80 percent of the 18th Street gang’s membership is composed of illegal aliens from Mexico and Central America. 18th Street is active in 44 cities and in 20 states. 18th Street’s main source of income is derived from the street-level distribution of cocaine and marijuana, and to a lesser extent, heroin and methamphetamine. 18th Street gang members also engage in crimes such as assault, auto theft, carjacking, drive-by shooting, extortion, homicide, identification fraud and robbery.

Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation
The Almighty Latin King and Queen Nation (ALKQN) was formed in the 1970’s by Luis Felipe. ALKQN shares a common culture and structure with the Chicago-based Latin Kings but they do not report to the Latin Kings. ALKQN membership is estimated to consist of between 2,200 to 7,500 individuals, divided among several dozen chapters which operate in 15 cities and in 5 states. A primary source of income for the ALKQN is derived from the distribution of powdered cocaine, crack cocaine and marijuana. The ALKQN is also involved in various types of criminal activities including assault, auto theft, burglary and homicide.

Asian Boyz
Asian Boyz is one of the largest Asian criminal street gangs operating in the U.S. Formed in Southern California in the early 1970’s, the Asian Boyz are estimated to have between 1,300 to 2,000 members operating in at least 28 cities and in 14 states. Asian Boyz is composed primarily of Vietnamese and/or Cambodian-American males. Members of the Asian Boyz are involved in producing, transporting and distributing methamphetamine, as well as ecstasy and marijuana. In addition, the Asian Boyz are involved in other criminal activities such as assault, burglary, drive-by shooting and homicide.

Black Peace Stone Nation
The Black Peace Stone Nation (BPSN) is one of the largest and most violent associations of street gangs in the U.S. The BPSN consists of seven highly structured criminal street gangs with a single leader and a common culture. The BPSN has an estimated 6,000 to 8,000 members, a majority of whom are African-American males from the Chicago metropolitan area. The BPSN’s primary source of income is derived from the street-level distribution of cocaine, heroin, marijuana and, to a lesser degree, methamphetamine. Members of the BPSN are also involved in other types of criminal activity including assault, auto theft, burglary, carjacking, drive-by shooting, extortion, homicide and robbery.

Bloods
The Bloods are an association of structured and unstructured gangs that have adopted a single gang culture. Large, national-level Bloods gangs include such entities as the Bounty Hunter Bloods and Crenshaw Mafia Gangsters. Bloods membership is estimated to consist of between 5,000 to 20,000 individuals, most of whom are African-American males. Blood gangs are active in 123 cities and in 33 states. The main source of income for the Bloods is derived from the street-level distribution of cocaine and marijuana. Bloods members are also involved in the transportation and distribution of methamphetamine, heroin, and to a lesser extent, PCP (phencyclidine). The Bloods are also involved in other criminal activity such as assault, auto theft, burglary, carjacking, drive-by shooting, extortion, homicide, identification fraud and robbery.

Crips
The Crips are a collection of structured and unstructured gangs that have adopted a common gang culture. Crips membership is estimated to consist of between 30,000 to 35,000 individuals, most of whom are African-American males from the Los Angeles metropolitan area. Large, national-level Crips gangs include the 107 Hoover Crips, Insane Gangster Crips and Rolling 60s Crips. Crips gangs operate in 221 cities and in 41 states. The main source of income for Crips gangs is derived from the street-level distribution of powdered cocaine, crack cocaine, marijuana and PCP (phencyclidine). The Crips also are involved in other criminal activities including assault, auto theft, burglary and homicide.

Florencia 13
Florencia 13 (F-13 or FX-13) originated in Los Angeles in the early 1960’s and gang membership is estimated to be more than 3,000 individuals. Florencia 13 operates primarily in California and increasingly in Arkansas, Missouri, New Mexico and Utah. Florencia 13 is subordinate to the Mexican Mafia (La Eme) prison gang and claims Sureños (Sur 13) affiliation. A primary source of income for Florencia 13 is derived from the trafficking of cocaine and methamphetamine. Florencia 13 gang members also smuggle into the U.S. for distribution multi-kilogram quantities of powdered cocaine and methamphetamine obtained from their sources of supply in Mexico. In addition, Florencia 13 gang members produce large quantities of methamphetamine in Southern California for local distribution. Florencia 13 gang members are further involved in other criminal activities, including assault, drive-by shooting and homicide.

Fresno Bulldogs
The Fresno Bulldogs (Bulldogs) are a criminal street gang that originated in Fresno, California, in the late 1960’s. The Bulldogs are the largest Hispanic street gang operating in Central California, with a membership estimated at between 5,000 to 6,000 individuals. The Bulldogs are one of the few Hispanic street gangs in California that claim neither Sureños (Southern) nor Norteños (Northern) affiliation. The Bulldogs do associate with Nuestra Familia gang members, particularly when engaged in the trafficking of narcotics. The street-level distribution of methamphetamine, marijuana and heroin is a primary source of income for Bulldog gang members. In addition, the Bulldogs are involved in other types of criminal activity including assault, burglary, homicide and robbery.

Gangster Disciples
The Gangster Disciples criminal street gang was formed in Chicago, Illinois, in the mid-1960’s. The Gangster Disciples are structured like a corporation and are led by a Chairman of the Board. The Gangster Disciples gang membership is estimated to consist of between 25,000 to 50,000 individuals, a majority of whom are African-American males from the Chicago metropolitan area. The Gangster Disciples are active in 110 cities and in 31 states. The Gangster Disciples main source of income is derived from the street-level distribution of cocaine, marijuana and heroin. The Gangster Disciples are also involved in other types of criminal activity including assault, auto theft, fraud, homicide and money laundering.

Latin Counts
The Latin Counts are a violent Hispanic criminal street gang that originated in Chicago in the mid-1960’s. The Latin Counts are composed of at least five structured factions with an estimated 400 to 600 members and associate members. Most members of the Latin Counts are either Mexican nationals or Mexican-American males. The Latin Counts are most active in the Great Lakes region. The Latin Counts derive a source of income from the street-level distribution of crack cocaine, powdered cocaine, heroin and marijuana. Members of the Latin Counts are also involved in other types of criminal activity including assault, auto theft, carjacking, drive-by shooting, home invasion, homicide and weapons trafficking.

Latin Disciples
The Latin Disciples, also known as the Maniac Latin Disciples and the Young Latino Organization, originated in Chicago in the late 1960’s. The Latin Disciples is composed of at least 10 structured and unstructured factions with an estimated 1,500 to 2,000 members and associate members. Most members of the Latin Disciples are Puerto Rican males. Maniac Latin Disciples is the largest Hispanic gang in the Folk Nation Alliance. The Latin Disciples are most active in the Great Lakes and Southwestern regions of the U.S. The Latin Disciples are involved in the street-level distribution of powdered cocaine, heroin, marijuana and PCP (phencyclidine). Members of the Latin Disciples are also involved in other criminal activity including assault, auto theft, carjacking, drive-by shooting, home invasion, homicide, money laundering and weapons trafficking.

Latin Kings
The Chicago based Almighty Latin King Nation, commonly referred to as the Latin Kings, is a collection of over 160 structured criminal street gangs, referred to as chapters, operating in 158 cities and in 31 states. The Latin Kings current membership is estimated to consist of between 20,000 to 35,000 individuals. Most members of the Latin Kings are either Mexican-American or Puerto Rican males. The main source of income for the Latin Kings is derived from the street-level distribution of cocaine, heroin and marijuana. Latin King gang members primarily obtain their drugs from several Mexican DTOs that operate along the U.S.-Mexico border. Members of the Latin Kings also engage in other criminal activities such as assault, burglary, homicide, identity theft and money laundering.

Mara Salvatrucha
Mara Salvatrucha, also known as MS-13, is one of the largest Hispanic criminal street gangs operating in the U.S. Traditionally, MS-13 consisted of loosely affiliated groups known as cliques, however, law enforcement officials have reported increased coordination of criminal activity among MS-13 cliques in Atlanta, Dallas, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C., and the New York metropolitan areas. MS-13 is estimated to have between 30,000 to 50,000 members and associate members worldwide, and between 8,000 to 10,000 members residing in the U.S. MS-13 members are involved in the smuggling of illicit drugs into the U.S., primarily powdered cocaine and marijuana. MS-13 members are also involved in the transportation and distribution of drugs throughout the U.S. MS-13 members also engage in other criminal activities including alien smuggling, assault, drive-by shooting, homicide, identification theft, prostitution, robbery and weapons trafficking.

Tiny Rascal Gangsters
The Tiny Rascal Gangsters (Tiny Rascals) are one of the largest and most violent Asian criminal street gangs in the U.S. The Tiny Rascals are composed of at least 60 structured and unstructured gangs, commonly referred to as sets, with an estimated 5,000 to 10,000 members and associate members who have adopted a common street gang culture. Most members of the Tiny Rascals are Asian-American males. Tiny Rascal sets are most active in the Southwestern, Pacific and New England regions of the U.S. The Tiny Rascals are involved in the street-level distribution of powdered cocaine, marijuana, ecstasy and methamphetamine. Tiny Rascal members are also involved in other types of criminal activity including assault, drive-by shooting, extortion, home invasion, robbery and theft.

United Blood Nation
The United Blood Nation (UBN) is a loose confederation of criminal street gangs, or sets, that once were predominately African-American but now include Asians, Caucasians and Hispanics. UBN originated in the Rikers Island Jail in New York City in 1993, and then proceeded to spread throughout the East Coast of the U.S. Membership in the UBN is estimated to exceed 7,000 individuals. UBN derives a source of income from the street-level distribution of cocaine, heroin and marijuana. UBN members also engage in other types of criminal activity including arson, carjacking, credit card fraud, extortion, homicide, identity theft, intimidation, prostitution and weapons distribution.

Vice Lord Nation
The Vice Lord Nation, which is based in Chicago, is a collection of structured criminal street gangs operating in 74 cities and in 28 states, primarily in the Great Lakes region of the U.S. Led by a national board, the Vice Lord Nation consists of an estimated 30,000 to 35,000 members, most of whom are African-American males. The main source of income for the Vice Lord Nation is derived from the street-level distribution of cocaine, heroin and marijuana. Members of the Vice Lord Nation also engage in other criminal activity including assault, burglary, homicide, identity theft and money laundering.

Aryan Brotherhood
The Arayan Brotherhood, also known as the AB, was originally ruled by consensus but is now a highly structured entity with two factions, one located within the California Department of Corrections (CDC) and the other within the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP). The majority of the members of the AB are Caucasian males, and the gang is primarily active in the Southwestern and Pacific regions of the U.S. The main source of income for the AB is derived from the distribution of cocaine, heroin, marijuana and methamphetamine within the prison systems as well as on the street. Some AB members have established business relationships with Mexican DTOs that smuggle illegal drugs into California for distribution by the AB. The AB is notoriously violent and is frequently involved in murder-for-hire. Although historically linked to the California based Hispanic prison gang the Mexican Mafia, tension between the AB and La Eme is becoming increasingly evident as demonstrated by recent fights between Caucasians and Hispanics within the CDC.

Barrio Azteca
The Barrio Azteca is one of the most violent prison gangs operating within the U.S. Barrio Azteca is a highly structured criminal entity and has an estimated membership of 2,000 persons. Most members of the Barrio Azteca are either Mexican nationals or Mexican-American males. Barrio Azteca is most active in the Southwestern region of the U.S., primarily in federal, state and local correctional facilities in Texas, as well as on the outside in communities located in Southwestern Texas and Southeastern New Mexico. Barrio Azteca’s main source of income is derived from the smuggling of heroin, powdered cocaine and marijuana from Mexico into the U.S. for distribution both inside and outside the prison systems. Members of the Barrio Azteca often transport illicit drugs across the U.S.-Mexico border on behalf of DTOs. Barrio Azteca members are also involved in crimes such as alien smuggling, arson, assault, auto theft, burglary, extortion, intimidation, kidnapping, robbery and weapons violations.

Black Guerrilla Family
The Black Guerrilla Family (BGF), originally called the Black Family or the Black Vanguard, is a prison gang founded in 1966 at the San Quentin State Prison in California. The BGF is highly organized along paramilitary lines with a supreme leader and a central committee. BGF has an established national charter, a code of ethics and an oath of allegiance. BGF members operate primarily in the states of California and Maryland. BGF has approximately 100 to 300 members, a majority of whom are African-American males. A primary source of income for the BGF is derived from the distribution of cocaine and marijuana. BGF members obtain drugs primarily from Nuestra Familia and Norteño members or from local Mexican drug-traffickers. BGF members are also involved in other criminal activities including auto theft, burglary, drive-by shooting and homicide.

Hermanos de Pistoleros Latinos
The Hermanos de Pistoleros Latinos (HPL) is a Hispanic prison gang formed in the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) in the late 1980’s. HPL operates in most prisons and on the streets in many communities in Texas, particularly Laredo. HPL is also active in several cities in Mexico, and its largest contingent in that country is located in Nuevo Laredo. HPL is structured and estimated to have 1,000 members. HPL members maintain close ties with Mexican DTOs and are involved in the trafficking of large quantities of cocaine and marijuana from Mexico into the U.S. for distribution.

Mexikanemi
The Mexikanemi prison gang, also known as the Texas Mexican Mafia or Emi, was formed in the early 1980’s within the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ). The Mexikanemi is highly structured and is estimated to have 2,000 members, most of whom are Mexican nationals or Mexican-American males living in Texas at the time of their incarceration. Mexikanemi poses a significant drug-trafficking threat to communities in the Southwestern U.S., particularly in Texas. Mexikanemi gang members reportedly traffic multi-kilogram quantities of powdered cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine; multi-ton quantities of marijuana; and thousand-tablet quantities of ecstasy from Mexico into the U.S. for distribution both inside and outside prison. Mexikanemi gang members obtain narcotics from associates or members of the Jaime Herrera-Herrera, Osiel Cardenas-Guillen, and/or the Vicente Carrillo-Fuentes Mexican DTOs. In addition, Mexikanemi members maintain a relationship with Los Zetas, a Mexican paramilitary/criminal organization employed by the Cardenas-Guillen DTO as its personal security force.

Mexican Mafia
The Mexican Mafia prison gang, also known as La Eme (Spanish for the letter M), was formed in the late 1950’s within the California Department of Corrections (CDC). La Eme is a loosely structured criminal organization with strict rules that must be followed by the estimated 350 to 400 members. Most members of La Eme are comprised of Mexican-American males who previously belonged to a Southern California street gang. La Eme is primarily active in the Southwestern and Pacific regions of the U.S., however, its' power base remains in California. The Mexican Mafia’s main source of income is extorting drug distributors outside prison and distributing methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin and marijuana within the prison systems and on the outside streets. Some members of La Eme have direct links to Mexican DTOs and broker deals for both themselves and their associates. La Eme is also involved in other criminal activities including controlling gambling and prostitution within the prison systems.

Nazi Low Riders
The Nazi Low Riders (NLR) are a violent California based prison gang which subscribes to a white supremacist philosophy. The NLR's have approximately 800 to 1,000 members, most of whom are Caucasian males with a history of street gang activity and drug abuse. The NLR's operate in correctional facilities and communities, primarily in the Pacific and Southwestern regions of the U.S. The NLR's primary sources of income are derived from the distribution of multi-ounce to multi-pound quantities of methamphetamine, the retail-level distribution of heroin and marijuana, and the extortion of independent Caucasian drug dealers and members of other white power gangs. The NLR's also engage in violent criminal activity such as armed robbery, assault, assault with deadly weapons, murder and attempted murder; in addition, they commit identity fraud, money laundering, witness intimidation and witness retaliation.

Ñeta
Ñeta is a prison gang that began in Puerto Rico and spread to the U.S. Ñeta is one of the largest and most violent prison gangs, with approximately 7,000 members in Puerto Rico and about 5,000 members in the U.S. Ñeta chapters in Puerto Rico exist exclusively inside prisons; once members are released from prison they no longer are considered to be part of the gang. In the U.S., Ñeta chapters exist both inside and outside prisons in 36 cities and within 9 states, primarily in the Northeastern region. Ñeta’s main source of income is derived from the retail distribution of powdered and crack cocaine, heroin, marijuana and, to a lesser extent, LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide), ecstasy, methamphetamine and PCP (phencyclidine). Ñeta members also commit crimes including assault, auto theft, burglary, drive-by shooting, extortion, home invasion, money laundering, robbery, weapons and explosives trafficking and witness intimidation.

Nuestra Familia
Nuestra Familia and its subordinate organization Norteños are highly structured and extremely violent prison gangs. Originating within the California penal system, Nuestra Familia has an estimated 250 members, while Norteños membership is estimated to be over 1,000 persons, consisting primarily of Mexican-American males who formerly belonged to street gangs in Central and Northern California. Nuestra Familia and Noreños are active primarily in state and federal prisons and in communities of the Pacific region of the U.S. The main sources of income for Nuestra Familia and Noreños are derived from distributing cocaine, heroin, marijuana and methamphetamine within prison systems as well as in outside communities and by extorting drug distributors on the streets. Nuestra Familia is also involved in other criminal activities including homicide and robbery.

Public Enemy Number One
Public Enemy Number One (PEN1) is the fastest-growing Caucasian prison gang in the U.S. with an estimated membership of between 400 to 500 persons. PEN1 operates in the prison systems and communities of California, and, to a lesser extent, in locations throughout the Northeastern, Pacific, Southwestern, Southeastern and West Central regions of the U.S. PEN1 members espouse a white supremacist philosophy and pose a criminal threat both inside and outside prison due to an alliance with the Arayan Brotherhood and the Nazi Low Riders. PEN1 members derive their income from distributing mid-level and retail-level quantities of methamphetamine. In addition, PEN1 members engage in violent criminal activities such as assault, attempted murder, homicide, auto theft, burglary, identity theft and property crimes.

Sureños and Norteños
As individual Hispanic street gang members enter the prison systems, they set aside their former rivalries with other Hispanic street gangs and unite under the name Sureños or Norteños. The original Mexican Mafia members, most of whom were from Southern California, considered Mexicans from the rural, agricultural areas of Northern California as weak and viewed them with contempt. To distinguish themselves from the agricultural workers or farmers from Northern California, members of the Mexican Mafia began to refer to the Hispanic gang members that worked for them as Sureños (Southerners). Inmates from Northern California became known as Norteños (Northerners) and are affiliated with the Nuestra Familia. Because of the size and strength, Fresno Bulldogs is the only Hispanic gang in the California Department of Corrections that does not fall under the Sureños or Norteños, but remains independent.

Sureños gang members’ main sources of income are derived from the retail-level distribution of cocaine, heroin, marijuana and methamphetamine both within the prison systems and in the community, as well as the extortion of drug distributors on the streets. Some members of the Sureños have direct links to DTOs and broker deals for the Mexican Mafia as well as their own gang. Sureños gang members are also involved in other criminal activities such as assault, carjacking, home invasion, homicide and robbery.

Norteños gang members’ main sources of income are derived from the retail-level distribution of cocaine, heroin, marijuana, methamphetamine and PCP (phencyclidine) both within the prison systems and in the community, as well as the extortion of drug distributors on the streets. Norteños gang members also are involved in other criminal activities such as assault, carjacking, home invasion, homicide and robbery.

Texas Syndicate
The Texas Syndicate (TS) is one of the largest and most violent prison gangs active on both sides of the U.S.-Mexico border and poses a significant drug trafficking threat to communities located in the Southwestern United States. The TS is highly structured and is estimated to have 1,300 members, most of whom are Mexican-American males between the ages of 20-40. Members of the TS smuggle multi-kilogram quantities of powdered cocaine, heroin and methamphetamine, and multi-ton quantities of marijuana from Mexico into the U.S. for distribution both inside and outside of prison. TS gang members have a direct working relationship with associates and/or members of the Osiel Cardenas-Guillen Mexican DTO. In addition, TS gang members maintain a relationship with Los Zetas, the paramilitary/criminal organization employed by the Cadenas-Guillen DTO.

Four Horsemen, Tangos, and Tango Blast
Texas prison officials first noted the presence of a gang known as the Four Horseman in 1998. Some Hispanic gang members entering the Texas Department of Criminal Justice (TDCJ) from the cities of Austin, Dallas, Fort Worth and Houston were not interested in joining an established prison gang and established the Four Horseman to protect one another and to engage in illegal activities, particularly drug-trafficking, to make money. The Four Horseman became known as the Tangos, because its members wore tattoos that reflected the town (or tango) in which they resided prior to their incarceration. As interest in the Tangos grew among Hispanic gang members entering the TDCJ from other areas of Texas, only inmates from West Texas, the Rio Grande Valley, San Antonio and El Paso were allowed into the gang. Of the eight groups now recognized as Tangos, six are part of what is now known as Tango Blast or Puro Tango Blast. Tango Blast includes Tangos from the four original cities as well as the West Texas and Rio Grande Valley areas. Tango Blast differs from the Tangos in that separate Tango Blast members sometimes band together to help one another. The rapid growth of the Tango Blast poses a significant new security threat within the TDCJ and elements of the Tango Blast appear to be challenging the Texas Syndicate for control of illegal prison activities. Upon release from prison, Tango members appear to return to their local street gangs, rather than continue their prison-based gang affiliations.

Bandidos Motorcycle Club
The Bandidos Motorcycle Club (Bandidos) is an OMG with a membership of 2,000 to 2,500 persons in the U.S. and in 13 other countries. The Bandidos constitute a growing criminal threat to the U.S. Law enforcement authorities estimate that the Bandidos are one of the two largest OMGs operating in the U.S., with approximately 900 members belonging to 93 chapters. The Bandidos are involved in transporting and distributing cocaine and marijuana and are involved in the production, transportation and distribution of methamphetamine. The Bandidos are most active in the Pacific, Southeastern, Southwestern and the West Central regions of the U.S. The Bandidos are expanding in each of these regions by forming additional chapters and allowing members of supporting clubs, known as “puppet” or “duck” club members who have sworn allegiance to another club but who support and do the “dirty work” of a mother club–to form new or join existing Bandidos chapters.

Black Pistons Motorcycle Club
The Black Pistons Motorcycle Club (Black Pistons) is the official support club for the Outlaws Motorcycle Club (Outlaws). Established in 2002 with the backing of the Outlaws, the Black Pistons have expanded rapidly throughout the U.S., Canada and Europe. The Black Pistons have an estimated 70 domestic chapters in 20 states and an unknown number of foreign chapters in Belgium, Canada, Germany, Great Britain, Norway and Poland. The exact number of Black Pistons members is unknown but the figure is estimated to be more than 200 in the U.S. The Outlaws use the Black Pistons chapters as a recruitment source for prospective Outlaws members. The Outlaws also use the Black Pistons chapters to conduct criminal activity, especially for the transportation and distribution of drugs. Members of the Black Pistons are also known to engage in assault, extortion, fraud, intimidation and theft.

Hells Angels Motorcycle Club
The Hells Angels Motorcycle Club (Hells Angels) is an OMG with between 2,000 and 2,500 members who belong to over 230 chapters in the U.S. and in 26 foreign countries. The Hells Angels pose a criminal threat on six continents. U.S. law enforcement authorities estimate that the Hells Angels have more than 92 chapters in 27 states with a membership in excess of 800 persons. The Hells Angels are involved in the production, transportation and distribution of marijuana and methamphetamine. Additionally, the Hells Angels are involved in the transportation and distribution of cocaine, hashish, heroin, LSD (lysergic acid diethylamide), ecstasy, PCP (phencyclidine) and diverted pharmaceuticals. The Hells Angels are also involved in other criminal activity including assault, extortion, homicide, money laundering and motorcycle theft.

Mongols Motorcycle Club
The Mongols Motorcycle Club (Mongols) is an extremely violent OMG that poses a serious criminal threat to the Pacific and Southwestern regions of the U.S. The Mongols are engaged in the transportation and distribution of cocaine, marijuana and methamphetamine. The Mongols are also known to frequently commit violent crime including assault, intimidation and murder in defense of their territory, and to uphold the reputation of the club. A majority of the Mongols membership consists of Hispanic males who live in the Los Angeles area, and many are former street gang members with a long history of using violence to settle grievances. Agents with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms (ATF) have called the Mongols the most violent and dangerous OMG in the nation. In the 1980’s the Mongols seized control of Southern California from the Hells Angels, and today, the Mongols are allied with the Bandidos, the Outlaws, the Sons of Silence and the Pagan’s against the Hells Angels. The Mongols have also maintained their ties with Hispanic street gangs in Los Angeles.

Outlaws Motorcycle Club
The Outlaws Motorcycle Club (Outlaws) have more than 1,700 members who belong to 176 chapters in the U.S. and in 12 foreign countries. U.S. law enforcement authorities estimate that the Outlaws have more than 86 chapters in 20 states with over 700 members. The Outlaws also identify themselves as the A.O.A. (American Outlaws Association) and the Outlaws Nation. The Outlaws are the dominant OMG in the Great Lakes region. The Outlaws are involved in the production, transportation and distribution of methamphetamine, the transportation and distribution of cocaine, marijuana and, to a lesser extent, ecstasy. The Outlaws engage in various criminal activities including arson, assault, explosives, extortion, fraud, homicide, intimidation, kidnapping, money laundering, prostitution, robbery, theft and weapons violations. The Outlaws compete with the Hells Angels for both members and territory.

Pagan’s Motorcycle Club
The Pagan’s Motorcycle Club (Pagan’s) is a violent OMG whose membership distribute cocaine, methamphetamine, marijuana and PCP (phencyclidine). The Pagan’s are one of the most prominent OMGs in the Mid-Atlantic region. The Pagan’s have an estimated 200 to 250 members among 41 chapters in 11 states. The Pagan’s have been tied to traditional organized crime groups in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and New York and have engaged in criminal activities such as arson, assault, bombing, extortion and murder.

Vagos Motorcycle Club
The Vagos Motorcycle Club (Vagos) has hundreds of members in the U.S. and Mexico and poses a serious criminal threat to those areas in which its chapters are located. U.S. law enforcement authorities report that the Vagos have approximately 300 members among 24 chapters located in the states of California, Hawaii, Nevada, Oregon and three chapters located in Mexico. The Vagos produce, transport and distribute methamphetamine and are also involved in the distribution of marijuana. The Vagos have also been implicated in other criminal activities including assault, extortion, insurance fraud, money laundering, murder, vehicle theft, witness intimidation and weapons violations. In the U.S., the Vagos are mainly active in the Southwest and Pacific regions.

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