Crime Prevention Partners

Youth Gangs

Youth Gangs
Strength-based Approaches
Schools and Parents

A restorative approach to working with victims and offenders that encompasses a shift in thinking from blame and punishment to addressing impacts, restoring relationships and reintegrating those involved successfully back into their communities.

Youth Gangs
Evidence-based Practices

Two short power point presentations developed by the Surrey Wrap Project which exam no-traditional risk factors as well as the RAT risk assessment tool for assessing risk and protection.

Youth Gangs
Evidence-based Practices

A short powerpoint presentation by the Victim Services and Crime Prevention Branch of the Ministry of Public Safety & Solicitor General discussing provincial youth gang prevention strategies  they have been involved in throughout  BC.    

Youth Gangs

The purpose of this research report  is to begin a journey into making the connection between FASD, sexual exploitation, gangs, and extreme violence in the lives of Aboriginal young women.

Youth Gangs
Community Crime Prevention

This paper explores why and how immigrant and refugee youth between the ages of 13-23 years old and in Canada less than 5 years may or may not become involved with youth gangs.

Youth Gangs

This online presentation provides information from leading gang experts on the issues of gang violence in B.C.

Youth Gangs

This community consultation report outlines why and how girls become involved in gangs in B.C., what their roles are, and the potential links to sexual exploitation.

Youth Gangs

This Crime Prevention information booklet is designed to assist service providers, parents, teachers, and others who are working to help prevent youth from becoming involved in gangs or to help them leave gangs.

Youth Gangs

Provides an overview of the prevalence of gangs in B.C. and Canada, and clear guidelines on evidence-based practices.

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