Teenage Gang Affiliation<br />By: Matt Tran, Tori Mitchell, Stephanie Vazquez, and Neia Knox<br />
Why do teenagers join gangs?<br />Teenagers join gangs because:<br />Lack of parents<br />Lack of discipline<br />Easy mon...
Gangs in Oklahoma<br />Westside 90's Crips<br />Hard Hoova Crips<br />Shotgun Crips<br />Playboy Gangsta Crips<br />Rollin...
What gang members wear<br />Boys wear:<br />Oversized jackets<br />Oversized shirts<br />Pants worn low (sagging)<br />Clo...
Recruiting<br />Ages: all ages, but typically 12-40<br />Gender: typically male<br />Females: associates<br />Carry weapon...
Recruiting (cont.)<br />Where:<br />Motorcycle rallies<br />Flea markets<br />School grounds<br />Church grounds<br />
Graffiti<br />
Communication between members<br />
Rankings (ie. Crips)<br />From lowest to highest<br />T.G. (Tiny Gangster)<br />B.G. (Baby Gangster)<br />O.G. (Original G...
The Fights<br />Works Cited<br />Clothing & Hand Signs. 2006. Photograph. Clothing & Hand Signs. Web. <http://clarksvilles...
How teens may get out of gangs<br />If they tell their gang:<br />May be beaten or killed<br />How they may do it by thems...
Teen Gang Prevention<br />
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Teenage gang affiliation[1]

  1. 1. Teenage Gang Affiliation<br />By: Matt Tran, Tori Mitchell, Stephanie Vazquez, and Neia Knox<br />
  2. 2. Why do teenagers join gangs?<br />Teenagers join gangs because:<br />Lack of parents<br />Lack of discipline<br />Easy money (sell drugs for the gangs)<br />to buy nice clothes or help out at home<br />Respect and power<br />Gang = Family<br />Attention and care<br />Parties, girls and drugs<br />Protection<br />
  3. 3. Gangs in Oklahoma<br />Westside 90's Crips<br />Hard Hoova Crips<br />Shotgun Crips<br />Playboy Gangsta Crips<br />Rollin 60 Crips<br />Murder 1 <br />Culver City Cruiser<br />Southtown Barrio<br />Rollin 20's Crips<br />24K Crips<br />Prince Hall Village<br />Outlaw 30's Bloods<br />456 Piru Blood<br />Juarito's<br />South Side Loco's<br />Etc. (At least 30 others)<br />
  4. 4. What gang members wear<br />Boys wear:<br />Oversized jackets<br />Oversized shirts<br />Pants worn low (sagging)<br />Clothing a mixture of their gang's colors<br />Tattoos<br />Arms, chest, belly, neck, forearms<br />Normally of numbers, names, and images<br />
  5. 5. Recruiting<br />Ages: all ages, but typically 12-40<br />Gender: typically male<br />Females: associates<br />Carry weapons/drugs<br />Prostitution, assaults, larcenies<br />Sexed in<br />Race: all races regardless of gang name<br />Bloods and Crips take Caucasion, Hispanic, and Asian Youths<br />Social status:  low economic status<br />some middle/upper class<br />Education: low<br />Gang members look for "wanna be" gang members<br />
  6. 6. Recruiting (cont.)<br />Where:<br />Motorcycle rallies<br />Flea markets<br />School grounds<br />Church grounds<br />
  7. 7. Graffiti<br />
  8. 8. Communication between members<br />
  9. 9. Rankings (ie. Crips)<br />From lowest to highest<br />T.G. (Tiny Gangster)<br />B.G. (Baby Gangster)<br />O.G. (Original Gangster)<br />O.O.G. (Double O.G.)<br />O.O.O.G. (Triple O.G.)<br />
  10. 10. The Fights<br />Works Cited<br />Clothing & Hand Signs. 2006. Photograph. Clothing & Hand Signs. Web. <http://clarksvillesecure.net/awareness/for-parents/clothing/>.<br />
  11. 11. How teens may get out of gangs<br />If they tell their gang:<br />May be beaten or killed<br />How they may do it by themselves:<br />Dress down<br />Slowly stop hanging out with gang members<br />Stop talking like a gangster<br />Get involved in the community (Youth Groups)<br />Parents get more involved<br />
  12. 12. Teen Gang Prevention<br />

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