Annual Conference Information
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Region: Illinois

  MGIA Illinois Street Gang Conference

Date: [11/3/2015 - 11/4/2015] - Location: SLEA 425 Fawell Blvd. Glen Ellyn, IL
Tentative Topics Include  Gang Unit Management; developing a mission for gang unit operations and addressing common problems that can affect its overall success.  Reading The Ink; To law enforcement gang tattoos serve as an intelligence tool and the interpretation and documentation of tattoos can provide a great deal of valuable information.  Open Source Investigations; techniques for using the internet to investigate gang cases.  Social Media; and its applications in gang investigate and as a tool for developing gang intelligence.  Officer safety issues when dealing with Outlaw Motor Cycles Gangs  Sovereign Citizens; recognizing Sovereign Citizen Groups and the appropriate methods of addressing that threat .  Creating Community Based Gang Reduction Strategies.  Utilizing Civil Gang Injunctions
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Region: Wisconsin

  Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs

Date: [7/31/2015] - Location: Kenosha, WI (Gateway Technical College 3520 30th Ave)
Join us for a one-day class on Outlaw Motorcycle gangs. This class will focus on OMG's present in the upper Midwest, how to work OMG members, officer safety and much more. Feature speaker is Investigator Jim Duffy with the DuPage County (IL) State's Attorney Office. Inv. Duffy has over 30 years of Law Enforcement experience and is court recognized expert on OMG's. Register and pay for this training online at
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