Into The Abyss:
A Personal Journey into the World of Street Gangs

by Mike Carlie, Ph.D.        
Copyright
2002
Michael K. Carlie
Continually updated.

~ Table of Contents ~
Home | Foreword | Preface | Orientation

What I Learned | Conclusions
End Note |
Solutions
Resources
| Appendix
Site Map / Contents
| New Research

Up-To-Date Gang-Related News


Part 3:
What the Justice System Could Do

Typical goals of an anti-gang program, of which prosecution is a part, are to reduce the incidence or prevalence of youth gang crime and to increase the capacity of gang or gang-prone youth to obtain and hold jobs or succeed in school. At the same time, the anti-gang program strives to protect and benefit the community, to accomplish these ends without compromising the civil liberties of law-abiding community members, to enhance the community's control over its own destiny, and to increase the community's perception of safety. (Kane, 1992, page)

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2002 Michael K. Carlie
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