On Tuesday, May 22, 2012 a Threat Assessment Group (TAG) specialist from the Garfield County Sheriff’s Office will be conducting a community education session on local gang issues. The event will start at 11:00 a.m. in the Glenwood Springs Community Center at 100 Wulfsohn Road Glenwood Springs. The presentation will cover what TAG is and does; why kids join gangs; identification of symbols, signs, graffiti and tattoos; and recent gang activity and associated impacts in the local area. There will be a follow-on question and answer session for concerned citizens, parents, guardians and teachers. This educational session is open to the public and is free-of-charge. Similar events have been highly beneficial in helping citizens better understand current gang trends and how to best address the threats in their neighborhoods, schools and communities. This presentation is not recommended for Children. For more information, please contact TAG Sergeant Kim Sills at firstname.lastname@example.org 970-309-2521 or TAG Deputy James Miller at or email@example.com 970-309-4920
Community Education on Gangs and Their Local Impacts
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