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National Gang Violence Conference Coming to California in June

April 22, 2010  | 

The California Gang Investigators Association, ATF, FBI, and the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department will present the 19th Annual Gang Violence Conference June 29-July 2 at the Hilton Anaheim Hotel in Anaheim, Calif.

The Conference offers classes for officers and public officials working in gang enforcement and gang prevention. Tracks include an executive track for elected officials, a community track for directors of community-based programs, and a law enforcement track for public safety personnel.

To learn more about the programming, visit the California Gang Investigators Association Website at www.cgiaonline.org. Group rates are available. Early registration ends June 21.


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