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Highlights of the 2000 National Youth Gang Survey (FS 200204) February 2002
Grant
2 page(s)
Egley, A., Jr., Arjunan, M.
Reports findings from the 2000 National Youth Gang Survey, the sixth annual gang survey conducted since 1995 by the National Youth Gang Center. Respondents to the survey were asked to provide information on the characteristics of gang-related violent crime in their jurisdictions. This Fact Sheet describes the nature of the survey sample and highlights the survey's major findings, which indicate that the characteristics of gang-related violent crime varied according to jurisdictional size.
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