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
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These activities are a warning sign of likely gang involvement or interest in joining a gang:
Gang Prevention and Warning Signs
As parents, we want to feel secure in the knowledge that our children and their friends will be safe from harm when they go about their daily activities, such as attending school, shopping at the mall, or participating in sports.
Stories of violence in our schools and communities can leave us feeling concerned, worried, overly protective, uncertain, and even helpless. But parents can play a central role in preventing youth violence, not just in our own children's lives, but also in the lives of children in communities across the nation.
Parent Participation Helps Prevent Violence
When we are committed and involved in our children's lives, we can teach them, by example and discussion, how to avoid violent situations.
Although we are not present during school time, parents are key players in promoting school safety. When parents take an interest in school work, participate in school events, teach their children how to manage anger, or talk with their children about rules at school and home, they are helping to provide their children with alternatives to violence.
Youth gangs are responsible for much of the serious violence in the United States. In schools and neighborhoods where they are active, they create a climate of fear and increase the amount of violence and criminal behavior. Parents can take action to prevent their children from participating in gangs.
After school programs not only give our children safety and supervision when we're not there; they also help them develop their skills and abilities. Finding good after school programs for our children is worth the effort. Many resources are also available online to assist parents interested in starting their own program to prevent youth violence in their local school or community.
Alert and Involved Parents Respond to Warning Signs
The earlier we can recognize and respond to situations where violence may happen, the better we can help and protect our children. Here are resources for identifying and responding to a variety of warning signs:
Violence in General
Teen Depression and Suicide
More Tools for Parents
For answers in these areas visit http://www.safeyouth.org/scripts/parents/index.asp
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