This event is co-sponsored by the Ontario County Sheriff's Office
This conference will assist participants to recognize their understanding of gangs and the potential issues they bring to schools and communities. NYGIA provides a venue for collaboration and communication across disciplines.
Target audience: community-based organizations, law enforcement/corrections, schools, medical and mental health professionals, civic groups, youth agencies, and faith-based organizations.
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED-SEATING IS LIMITED: $40.00 per person. Early bird registration is $35.00. Early bird registrations must be postmarked/paid by Friday, February 15, 2013. Conference fees include light breakfast, training materials and certificates. $50.00 late registration/walk in fee (based on availability). For more information or to pay by credit card, please contact NYGIA Membership Coordinator, Trevor Sergeant, firstname.lastname@example.org, or 585-794-7706.
GANGS 101- This presentation will provide a broad introduction regarding gang structures, the foundational factors of gang initiation, membership, colors and tattooing.
HOSPITAL BASED VIOLENCE INTERVENTION- This presentation is an aggressive, hospital based, violence intervention program aimed at youths under the age of 18 who have been victimized by violent crime. This program successfully incorporates a wide range of hospital, law enforcement and community resources in an effort to identify and address individualized risk factors and behaviors known to escalate the cycle of violence.
MAJOR CASE INVESTIGATIONS IN CORRECTIONS- This presentation will provide attendees with the basic knowledge of applying Correctional intelligence to law enforcement investigations.
CURRENT GANG TRENDS- This presentation will discuss the dynamics and the current trends occurring in the Western region of New York State