Youth, Parents, and Community

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Gang Prevention

The first module disputes the myth of having lots of money, fancy cars, power and that transporting a little bit of drugs is no big deal.

Youth
Families
Gang Prevention

The second module focuses specifically on female involvement in gangs. Girls have a role to play too, and they aren’t immune to the violence that accompanies the lifestyle.

Youth
Families
Gang Prevention

The third module highlights the misconception that gang members will be your friends, people you count on, and that that lifestyle will earn you respect. However...

Youth
Families
Gang Prevention

The fourth module focuses on the belief that a gang is like a brotherhood and support system. The reality of the situation is that you are entirely alone, fighting a losing battle.

Youth
Families
Gang Prevention

The myth of living a long and happy life is demystified entirely in the fifth module. It is no secret, but many gangsters don’t live past the age of 30.

Youth
Families

New website for youth and families that provides information about how youth can protect their online reputations.

Youth
Families

Facebook Follies is a one hour documentary that takes a look at the unexpected consequences of people sharing their personal information on social media.

Families
Community Crime Prevention

A Resource Guide on Youth and Gangs is a collection of tips, techniques and background information designed to explain how to prevent gang development, how these groups operate and what signs parents, teachers, community partners and police should be looking for.

Youth
Families
Community Crime Prevention

Brochure of resources in Prince George for Aboriginal Youth.  Developed by the Prince George CAAN.

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