THE GANG ENCYCLOPEDIA
Too many times, the question has been asked by law enforcement around the world, "Why is there not a single comprehensive resource on criminal street gangs, prison gangs, organized crime groups, hate groups, and other security threat groups where law enforcement can conduct the necessary research to both educate themselves about the gangs of the world and/or to assist in identifying a particular gang that may be making their presence known in their jurisdiction.
Over the years, there have been literally thousands of spreadsheets, word documents, pdf's and even stand alone databases spread out to just as many officers but never has there been a single resource readily available with gang profiles, definitions, terminology, photos, videos, scars, marks, tattoos, codes and communications and other signs and symbols.
The Gang Enforcement Company has set out to resolve this issue through our development of Gangipedia™ and our Gangology™ Research Team.
Our research team from throughout the United States are compiling information from a variety of sources and subject matter experts to create as comprehensive as possible global profile of the world's gangs.
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GANG THREAT CALENDAR
The Gang Enforcement Threat Calendar contains significant dates that may be important to various groups who may utilize these dates for their own purpose to pay respect, carry out retaliations, ritualistic sacrifices and/or plan criminal/terrorist activities.
GLOBAL GANG THREAT
Gangs are not just a United States problem. Criminal Street and Prison Gangs are an issue in countries around the world. Many times international gangs attempt to immolate U.S. gangs so it's vital for U.S. Gang Enforcement to monitor global global gang trends and it's imperative for International Gang Enforcement to network with U.S. Gang Enforcement and stay informed about U.S. trends.
Disclaimer: Gangipedia™ is a living breathing initiative that will never be completed and always in a state of change. It should be noted that Gangipedia™ is not meant to catalog case sensitive intelligence but to instead provide the single most accessible comprehensive resource of open source information available to law enforcement anywhere.