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George W. Knox, Ph.D.
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Formed in 1990, the NGCRC exists today as a non-profit independent agency.   We carry out research on gangs and gang members,  disseminate information through publications and reports, and provide training and consulting services.

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Come to Chicago Again in 2024.

It's time to go to the 2024 Gang School.

Register Now for the August 5 - August 7, 2024 Training Conference in Chicago: Click Here for an On-Line Version of the Official NGCRC REGISTRATION FORM

Read the Current Issue of:

The Gang Specialist

(The NGCRC Newspaper)

The NGCRC's 2019 Report on Gang Problems in American Jails.

Call for Papers:

The Journal of Gang Research

Ron Stallworth: The Gang Specialist Featured in Spike Lee's (2018) "Blackkklansman" Movie --- Read His Article Published in the Journal of Gang Research in 1998

Information About How to Get the

Journal of Gang Research

Access to the

Journal of Gang Research Library

National Prison Gang Research: The 2012 Study of Gang and Security Threat Group (STG) Problems in American Prisons and Jails.                 

Things to Look For When Evaluating or Designing a Gang Prevention Program

Click Here: for a PDF Version of the Study of Corruption and Corrupt Influences in Gang Prevention, Gang Intervention, and Gang Outreach Programs: First Study of "Worst Practices".

What's New: The Gang Denunciation and Gang Renunciation Form (GDGRF) for Use by Gang Prevention/Intervention, Parole, Probation, and Clinical Staff

Get the PDF Version of the GDGRF

What's New: Gang Banging on Facebook: Should We Look the Other Way? A Special Report of the National Gang Crime Research Center

A Critical Study of Federal Legislation: Little Hope For Federal Gang Legislation --- A Special Report


What's New: The "Sons of Anarchy

(SOA)" Gang Profile:

The NGCRC Objects to the SOA Series

What's New: Venezuela's Tupamaros - A Gang Profile.

What's New: Read About the 2006 Survey

on Gangs/Hate Groups, Violence, etc in

American Public Schools (Preliminary Report)

What's New: 2004 Prison Gang Survey Research Findings

What's New: Gangs and Terrorism

What's New - Black Disciples (BD's) Profile.

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