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Over the past several decades, there has been a continuous and growing focus on street gangs, outlaw motorcycle gangs, and domestic extremist groups. Many of these groups have members with military training, and some actively recruit from current and former military veterans and retirees. That military experience adds to the dangerousness of veteran gang members, as well a Over the past several decades, there has been a continuous and growing focus on street gangs, outlaw motorcycle gangs, and domestic extremist groups. Many of these groups have members with military training, and some actively recruit from current and former military veterans and retirees. That military experience adds to the dangerousness of veteran gang members, as well as those groups they associate with. Communities everywhere are experiencing the damaging impact of gang criminal behavior. By observing gang activity from the Revolutionary War to today Smith examines the presence of military-trained, often veteran, gang members in the communities. He looks at the turning points in gang investigations in the military, and also looks at the laws and policies designed to specifically counter the criminal activity the threats of gang activity pose on a community. Grounded in current knowledge and research, Gangs with Military Training successfully addresses the growing presence of criminal gang members in the United States. As well as reflects on how the authorities that counter and combat them are doing so on a national and global level.


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Over the past several decades, there has been a continuous and growing focus on street gangs, outlaw motorcycle gangs, and domestic extremist groups. Many of these groups have members with military training, and some actively recruit from current and former military veterans and retirees. That military experience adds to the dangerousness of veteran gang members, as well a Over the past several decades, there has been a continuous and growing focus on street gangs, outlaw motorcycle gangs, and domestic extremist groups. Many of these groups have members with military training, and some actively recruit from current and former military veterans and retirees. That military experience adds to the dangerousness of veteran gang members, as well as those groups they associate with. Communities everywhere are experiencing the damaging impact of gang criminal behavior. By observing gang activity from the Revolutionary War to today Smith examines the presence of military-trained, often veteran, gang members in the communities. He looks at the turning points in gang investigations in the military, and also looks at the laws and policies designed to specifically counter the criminal activity the threats of gang activity pose on a community. Grounded in current knowledge and research, Gangs with Military Training successfully addresses the growing presence of criminal gang members in the United States. As well as reflects on how the authorities that counter and combat them are doing so on a national and global level.

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  1. 5 out of 5

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    First thing you notice is the cover art is just gorgeous and appropriate. It would look great on any shelf. The background history of the author is introduced bringing a subject to life that I had not considered being a veterans wife and sociologist, gang members trained by the military. The author covers his diligent research with interviews and experiences trying to educate others.There are pages devoted to Tim McVeigh and the Oklahoma bombing, 9/11 and other incidents of police investigations First thing you notice is the cover art is just gorgeous and appropriate. It would look great on any shelf. The background history of the author is introduced bringing a subject to life that I had not considered being a veterans wife and sociologist, gang members trained by the military. The author covers his diligent research with interviews and experiences trying to educate others.There are pages devoted to Tim McVeigh and the Oklahoma bombing, 9/11 and other incidents of police investigations relating to the subject matter. This should be read by all law enforcement and gang counselors. Thanks for the opportunity to read this through a Goodreads giveaway.

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