Counter Street Gangs Intelligence
Consulting Solutions Inc.
Specializing in Domestic Terrorism
823 W. Park Avenue, Suite 161
Ocean, NJ 07712
(732) 922-4525 or (732) 922-4514
Federal CSI 2042930-03 NJ CSI CC 021770116-791-695 Del CSI - 1738524
Our partner in the fight against gangs, Robert Walker's Gangs Or Us
Robert speaks clearly to the issue of Parents being the first line of defense in combating the gang problem
They say and we agree, "It is up to each parent to show the child that they are loved. It is not enough to simply say, "I love you." The child needs parental interaction to show him or her that you really do love him and you care about his welfare. Youths join gangs for a variety of reasons.
Many youths join gangs because they do not have, or do not feel like they have, a family life. A gang promises to give this feeling of "family" to the youth. Other youths join gangs due to peer pressure, fear, excitement, drugs, money, or intimidation.
Whatever the reason, a parent needs to recognize the identifiers and telltale signs of gang membership in order to make every possible attempt to keep the youth in, or return him to, his "real family."
Educators are equally important in shaping a child's life. Like the parents, each teacher must show the child that they not only care about them as individuals, but also, about the future that lies ahead of each of them.
Schools should not allow gang clothing, colors, or gang signs and symbols to be worn or displayed on school grounds. "Zero tolerance" is a policy adopted by many school districts.
It is time for America to reclaim it's kids. It's time for all of society, parents, teachers, and communities to say enough is enough. It's time for everyone to learn about gangs and how to recognize them.
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