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Inventory of the Los Angeles Gang Resource Collection SPC.1900.017
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The Los Angeles Gang Resource Collection (1974-2000) contains reports, videos, books, and other material relating to gangs in Los Angeles. Reports include: "Pandillas: La communidad Responde"; "Gang Violence Reduction Project-- Information Packet"; "A Curriculum for Teaching Self-Esteem in the classroom" by Jo Ellen Hartline; Richard M. Romley,"MONA LISA ANTI-GRAFFITI PROGRAM"; "COPS Tips; Problem Solving Tips: A Guide to Reducing Crimes and Disorder Though Problem Solving Partnerships"; "GANGS 2000: A call to Action, The Attorney General's Report on the Impact of Criminal Gangs on Crime and Violence in California by the Year 2000"; "Project Smart: a cooperative program with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department"; "WHAT EVERY PARENT SHOULD KNOW: A parent's guide to Gang Awareness"; and "THE CITY IN CRISIS: A Report by the Special Advisor to the Board of Police Commissioners on the Civil Disorder in Los Angeles October 21, 1992".
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