Crime Prevention Partners

Resources

Below is a list of useful resources for community partners to combat youth involvement in gangs.

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.

Schools and Parents

 a school-based prevention and health promotion initiative designed to engage parents, schools and the community in alcohol and drug prevention initiative

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.

Evidence-based Practices

The purpose of this thesis is  to critically review the academic literature examining restorative justice evaluation; and to evaluate 160 participant feedback surveys from an RJ program, North Shore Restorative Justice Society.

Evidence-based Practices

Examines how to implement a restorative justice-based community program using as a case study, Thunderbird Restorative Justice (TRJ)

Schools and Parents

Book explores the experiences and stories of youth who were identified as queer in BC and offers important insights into the negative outcomes that result from the experience of being bullied.

Youth Gangs

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

Strength-based Approaches

This paper discusses strength-based strategies for reducing youth involvement in gang violence in British Columbia.

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.

Evidence-based Practices

This website provides links to various publications developed and disseminated by National Crime Prevention Centre (NCPC).

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