Episode 017 | Bonding Factors to Gang Membership
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Training Bulletin: #GFORCE-GEI-2016-017
Week 17 | April 26, 2016 | Host: Rusty Keeble
Hello, this is Rusty Keeble with the Gang Enforcement Company; welcome to the Gang Enforcement Institute's 2-Minute Tuesday Training Tip - this week's topic is this ----------
Bonding Factors to Gang Membership
Some correlation can be seen between the natural family and the gang family, as it pertains to factors that bond the two together. However, the gang family is structured to provide more of these bonding factors.
The lack of these things in a person’s life, especially a young person, will contribute heavily to their being drawn into the gang lifestyle. It is the allure that draws them in the fastest. For many young people, the gang can become their surrogate family. It can provide love, companionship, discipline, and nurturing that their real family may not.
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