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Controversial Presentation To Be Given at Federal GovSec Conference DC

PETA Terrorism

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Controversial Presentation To Be Given at Federal GovSec Conference DC

A training session for federal law enforcement officials has members of various politically left U.S. groups disturbed by the content.

‘THE FORGOTTEN DOMESTIC TERRORISTS: Radical Left-Wing Gangs in America’, will be presented at the national GovSec – Government Security – conference Tuesday May 13th

[ http://govsecinfo.com/Events/GovSec-2014/Sessions/Tuesday/LE1-3.aspx ].

The presentation given by Forensic Profiler Dale Yeager of SERAPH and Peirce College Criminal Justice Professor Robert Brzenchek focuses on groups such as PETA, Direct Action, Straight Edge and Juggalos and their connection to domestic terrorism.

GANGS GROW IN THE SUBURBS SAYS US DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE STUDY. SCHOOLS UNPREPARED.

The US Department of Justice has released a report that states the growth of criminal gangs is increasing in all socioeconomic areas of the country. The National Youth Gang Survey Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP)

Key Points

  • There were an estimated 28,100 gangs and 731,000 gang members throughout 3,500 jurisdictions nationwide.
  • The prevalence rate of gang activity increased to 34.5 percent from 32.4 percent in 2008.
  • Larger cities and suburban counties accounted for more than 96 percent of all gang homicides.

Dale Yeager of SERAPH explains the problem, “School officials have been caught off guard by the rise of gangs in suburban areas.Straight Edge, Juggalos, Crips and Bloods have all been recruiting juveniles in suburban areas of the United States.”

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Negative Behavior Youth Movements in the United States and their Effect on Domestic Terrorism

The Genesis of Extremism and Youth Movements

by Dale Yeager

Negative behavior youth movements come in various forms; Goths, Juggalos and the most recognizable, Straight Edge. They are not well known by the general public but their increasing involvement in violent crimes and domestic terrorism is a growing concern for law enforcement and Homeland Security. These groups vary in objective but all of them share a common anti-establishment mentality.

The most serious concern that many professionals have about these groups is that they routinely attract members who come from difficult lives filled with trauma, parental neglect and, in many cases, serious mental disorders. This combination makes them easily manipulated by the leadership of radical organizations who have for the past several decades used these groups as recruiting centers. In order to understand the ideals of negative behavior youth movements, we must examine the political and philosophical ideologies of the 18th and 19th centuries.

GANGS GROW IN SUBURBAN SCHOOLS

GANGS GROW IN SUBURBAN SCHOOLS

The US Department of Justice has released a report that states the growth of criminal gangs is increasing in all socioeconomic areas of the country.

SERAPH who provides school safety consulting to over 20,000 schools in the U.S. has observed a dramatic increase in gang recruitment in suburban schools.

Ron Holvey, Gang Interdiction Special Consultant for SERAPH explains the problem, “School officials have been caught off guard by the rise of gangs in suburban areas. Straight Edge, Juggalos, Crips and Bloods have all been recruiting juveniles in these areas of the country.”

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Do You Know What a “Juggalo” Is?

She Said, They Said: Ms. Tequila Vs. Juggalo

AMHERST, NY ( WKBW ) They call themselves, “Juggalos”, followers of the music band “The Insane Clown Posse.” While not all are bad, experts say some are downright dangerous.

Juggalos are considered gangs in many states and communities and Police Agencies say members have committed several crimes, “they (Juggalos) have been responsible for a tremendous amount of violence especially against police officers”, says Criminal Analyst Dale Yeager.

Yeager was the keynote speaker at the University at Buffalo’s North Campus Thursday for the 7th annual Safe Schools seminar. He was educating, educators from Local School Districts and members of local Law Enforcement, about the gang and how to prevent them from spreading. It’s a message some say all educators and parents should hear.