Welcome to The Gang Enforcement Company's photo gallery. Although many of our events and areas of operation are not available for public release.
GANGFREE APOPKA, FLORIDA EVENT (2006)
GANGFREE America event with the Ronald McDonald House in Orlando, Florida in October 2009
2006 EL SALVADOR ANTI-GANG CONFERENCE
Founder & CEO, Rusty Keeble, who was the Gang Unit Commander and National Alliance of Gang Investigators Association President at the time, was among about 100 federal and U.S. law enforcement officials attending the second annual Gang Enforcement Conference in San Salvador in early April 2006. The event, viewed as invaluable for its insights into the ways of MS-13, or Mara Salvatrucha, was attended by top officials from Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Nicaragua, Honduras, and El Salvador, where the gang originated in the late 80s.
During the three-day conference, each country spoke at length about how they wage battle against MS-13 cliques, as they are called, which carve poor neighborhoods into territories and trade heavily in extortion and murder.
NATIONAL GANG INTELLIGENCE CENTER (2007)
Grand Opening Ceremonies
To help curb the growth of gangs and related criminal activity, the FBI, at the direction of Congress, established the National Gang Intelligence Center, or NGIC, in 2005.
The NGIC integrates gang intelligence from across federal, state, and local law enforcement on the growth, migration, criminal activity, and association of gangs that pose a significant threat to the U.S. It supports law enforcement by sharing timely and accurate information and by providing strategic/tactical analysis of intelligence. Located just outside Washington, D.C., the NGIC is manned by analysts from multiple federal agencies.
The databases of each component agency are available to the NGIC, as are other gang-related databases, permitting centralized access to information. In addition, the NGIC provides operational and analytical support for investigations. Using these resources, we have identified those gangs that pose the greatest danger to our communities and targeted them with our combined investigative resources and the same federal racketeering statutes and intelligence and investigative techniques that have been used to attack organized crime.
The NGIC is co-located with the Safe Streets Gang Unit and the MS-13 National Gang Task Force.
GFORCE ILLINOIS: THE ILLINOIS GANG CONFERENCE (2011)
GFORCE ILLINOIS: THE ILLINOIS GANG CONFERENCE (2012)
INTERNATIONAL CHIEFS OF POLICE CONFERENCE (2013)