Congressional oversight hearing on local gang diversion programs: hearing before the Subcommittee on Human Resources of the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third Congress, first session, hearing held in El Monte, CA, June 4, 1993, Volume 4

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1993 - Social Science - 146 pages
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This congressional hearing report highlights some of the steps people are taking to divert and prevent youth from becoming involved in gang activities. Testimony and prepared statements include those from Joseph Gonzales, Field Organizer of the Youth Volunteer Corps from Kansas City; Kathy Masera, President of the California Job Journal; Ron Holmes, Chief of Police in West Covina, California; Sandra Moss-Manson, Project Director, Gang Alternative and Prevention Program, Los Angles County Probation Department; Nancy J. Lavelle, President of the Institute for the Redesign of Learning, South Pasadena, California; Robert W. Bruesch, Mayor, City of Rosemead, California; Clay Hollopeter, Executive Director, Boys and Girls Club of San Gabriel Valley, California; Scott Jackson, Program Director, National Youth Program Using Minibikes; Mary L. Manning, Mayor, Temple City, California; and Robby Robinson, Deputy Probation Officer, Specialized Gang Unit, Los Angeles County Probation Department. (GLR)

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