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Gang are stereotyped to be a bunch of thugswho walk around selling drugs shooting and participating in other criminal activity To an extent this is true but what people dont really take the time to consider is the fact that some gangs are more than just thugs on the block Some gangs in fact most are acually organized The article covers a few bare essentials to hindering this type of organization in the school settings and gives steps to reducing it Three main points the article deals with the prevention of gang activity in the schools they are not to ignore the situation formulate realistic objectives and goals to eliminating the problem and to set up communication networks School officials must be realistic in their approach to gangs in the schools and decide to concentrate more of their efforts on preventing or reducing gang related activity Administrators who deny the presence of gangs limit their options to confront gangs realistically and effectively Secondly formulate realistic objectives and goals to controlling the problem If the gang activity is to intense reduction would be a better plan to enact than prevention Make it known to gang members that their actions are being monitered and will not be tolerated Enact new gang codes in student hand books focusing on dressing in gang colors and paraphernalia Take strict action upon those violating the code This will serve as a deterrance and send out of signal to other gang members that serious steps are being taken to reduce gang activity Finally communitcation networks needs to be established It is essential to the well being of a task that open lines of communication between team members neighbors students parents
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