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Cancer Treatments: Battling Cartels  

May 1, 2009

By David Griffith

One thing is clear about the battle against the Mexican cartels: Your strategy for countering it tends to reflect your personal world view. And regardless of where you work on this continent, Mexican drug cartels present a great danger to you as an American law enforcement officer.

TREXPO West: Are Gang Members Hopeless?  

May 1, 2009

By Melanie Basich

On the first night of TREXPO West 2009, four gang experts sat on a panel moderated by FOX 11 Los Angeles investigative reporter Chris Blatchford to discuss the challenges gangs pose for law enforcement.

Finding a Cure for a Cancer  

March 1, 2009

By David Griffith

Drug money is so corrupting that the drug lords have bribed both police and soldiers at the highest levels of the Mexican government.

Evaluating the State of American Law Enforcement  

December 1, 2008

By David Griffith

The truth is that the state of American law enforcement is a very fluid thing.

The State of American Law Enforcement - Gangster Nation  

November 1, 2008

By Griffith, David

Ride around the streets of Salisbury, N.C., and you'll see graffiti that looks out of place. Gangs in this Southern city have splattered once-pristine walls with messages pledging allegiance to gangs in Los Angeles and New York City.

Eyes on the Street  

October 1, 2008

By Patrick J. Morley

In cases involving gang violence, get to the scene quickly, find the witnesses, and document who these witnesses are and what they say. Then if gang members do change their version of events, at least it can be explained why this person did what he or she did.

Gang graffiti in Newark, N.J. Photo via Tony the Misfit (Flickr.com).

America Needs a Surge Against Gangs  

August 1, 2008

By David Griffith

Back about 20 years ago when gangs in Los Angeles were shooting at each other in drivebys and hitting a lot of innocent bystanders, I was fond of saying that I had a solution for the gang problem: marksmanship lessons.

Never Underestimate a Gang Member  

May 1, 2008

By Richard Valdemar

They may seem disorganized, they may act stupid, they may look really young, but they are deadly and cunning as sharks.

'Terror at Beslan' Author's Chilling Keynote Inspires TREXPO Crowd to Combat School Terrorism  

April 1, 2008

By David Griffith

Tactical consultant John Giduck used a lot of humor in his six-hour two-day keynote presentation at TREXPO West. And that's a good thing because Giduck's presentation is about Islamist terror attacks on children, especially school children. So if his audience of veteran cops and soldiers didn't have some comic relief, they'd probably start crying.

Graffiti  

March 1, 2008

By Joseph Petrocelli

In a Broken Windows crime model, graffiti is one of those foothold crimes that leads to a neighborhood's decay.

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