Recent reports of rising violent crime rates reflect the need for a federal anti-gang law and aggressive implementation of best practices in anti-gang investigations and prosecutions. These escalating crime figures also demonstrate the gang-related risks of short-range notions of “criminal justice reform.” The fact that no serious anti-gang components are part of legislation like the First Step Act and its state equivalents proves the connection with between these “reforms” and increased gang crime. 

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