A recent study conducted by Georgia Gang Investigators Association reported an increase in gang activity in 157 counties across the state, while 155 school districts reported suspected gang activity.

As a result, Georgia Attorney General Chris Carr has announced the creation of the Georgia Anti-Gang Network. The platform will bring together local, state and federal partners to increase communication and information sharing, creating a more strategic response to gang activity in the state. 

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