SPOTLIGHT: NJ hospitals taught how to identify gang members

Too often, emergency departments care for young men who have been beaten, stabbed and shot as part of their dedication to an ugly profession--participation in an urban gang. Now, in New Jersey, law enforcement officials have begun teaching hospitals how to recognize members of specific gangs--including the colors they wear, marks they use and more--in an effort to make sure that inter-gang scuffles occurring at hospitals in other states are less likely to happen in their facility. Article

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