The 2011 National Gang Symposium Has Ended
The 2011 National Gang Symposium concluded on Friday, June 10, 2011.
Find out about other training and conference opportunities on the
National Gang Center Web site.
Gang Unit Supervision
May 19, 2014, Airway Heights, Washington
This class is intended for officers who are currently or soon to be assigned as supervisors in gang units.
Although this curriculum is designed for personnel who operate against street gangs, security threat group supervisors are accepted on a space-available basis.
More information on this training
is available on the National Gang Center Web site.
Progress Through Partnerships
2011 National Gang Symposium
June 7–10, 2011
The 2011 National Gang Symposium, sponsored by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) and the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA), will take place on June 7–10, 2011, in Orlando, Florida.
This symposium will offer opportunities to learn about innovative and successful gang-related programs and strategies and will provide the latest information on youth gang activities and trends from national experts.
The workshops and plenary sessions will be filled with ideas and information that you can put into action in your community.
Registration includes 2½ days of learning experiences and two complimentary working luncheons.
Presymposium workshops are also available, but space is limited.
Registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.
Register early; the symposium fills up fast.
Who Should Attend?
This symposium is designed for anyone involved in addressing our nation’s youth gang and violence issues.
- Law enforcement
- School personnel
- Court, probation, and corrections professionals
- Local Boys & Girls Club staff
- Community-based organization staff
- Government agencies and elected officials
- School resource officers/G.R.E.A.T. officers
- Youth-development professionals
- Youth leaders
- Faith-based organization staff
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