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 City says anti-gang programs should have core funding: The federal government gives away millions to fund anti-gang programs that are temporary. The city is asking the province for long-term funding as part of the government’s youth action plan. City officials are asking the province to fund “critical” gang-intervention programs which are missing from a youth action plan put in place after gang-related violence in 2012.
Source: thestar.com  Date: 12/2/2013
 Gang sign reads, "I KILL FOLKS" on Richland Co. DSS office: RICHLAND COUNTY, SC (WIS) - The Richland County Sheriff's Department is investigating several gang signs that were tagged on the Department of Social Services office building over the weekend. The tags were discovered Sunday, but officials do not know if the vandalism happened Friday or Saturday. One of the tags reads "BLOOD TURF" in red spray paint, while another reads "I KILL FOLKS" in black spray paint.
Source: WCSC5  Date: 12/4/2012
 Saskatchewan has 2nd highest homicide rate, Gang-related killings worst on Prairies, StatsCan says: Saskatchewan's homicide rate last year was twice that of Canada as a whole — and gang-related killings are a factor here, Statistics Canada says. According to StatsCan's 2011 Homicide in Canada report, released Tuesday, the homicide rate across Canada was 1.73 per 100,000 people in Canada, compared to 3.59 per 100,000 in Saskatchewan. Police consider 95 of the 554 Canadian homicides in 2011 to be gang-related.
Source: CBC News  Date: 12/4/2012
 Jackson County deputies to be featured on Discovery Channel's gang documentary: PASCAGOULA, Mississippi -- Two of Jackson County Sheriff Mike Byrd's investigators will be featured in a Discovery Channel documentary this week. Lt. Chad Heck and Deputy Brad Lewis, with the Criminal Investigation Division, spent 2 weeks with a Discovery Channel film crew this summer to provide material for an hour-long feature on the Dixie Mafia.
Source: Mississippi Press  Date: 12/3/2012
 Violence at gang funerals ‘has gotten way out of control’: McCarthy : Sherman Miller smiled for the camera and displayed a menacing handgun with an extended clip while he and his pals rode in a funeral procession for slain rapper Joseph “Lil JoJo” Coleman this summer. But there was nothing funny about what happened next: Miller and a 26-year-old man were ambushed on the steps of St. Columbanus Catholic Church, where the funeral was held last Monday in the 300 block of East 71st.
Source: Chicago Sun Times  Date: 12/2/2012
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