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Greetings Law Enforcement Officials and Professionals,
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the New Jersey Gang Investigators Association or NJGIA.
N.J.G.I.A. was established in 2005 by a group of law enforcement
professionals who recognized the importance of having a gang based
information sharing network narrowly but intensely focused on
responding to the proliferation of street gangs in New Jersey. Like
other states along the East Coast, a phenomenon also exist in New
Jersey where well established criminal street gangs hailing from the
West Coast, Mid West, and South West have recently, and
increasingly joined the population of our existing gangs,
bringing the potential of further criminal networking to a new, and
more threatening level.
The proposed Executive Board of the NJGIA. is comprised of varied active law enforcement professionals dedicated to providing the best training, gang awareness, and networking while striving to keep the needs of New Jersey 1st!
NJGIA will remain committed to bridging the lines of communication between all aspects of law enforcement and providing the most current and reliable information to our membership. In recognizing that any association is only as strong as its membership, NJGIA pledges to put its membership first as well, with each and every member held at the highest regard. It is a strong belief of this association that we collectively have an equal voice as we unite in this endeavor to combat against the advancement of street gangs in our communities and the state of New Jersey.
The necessity to form this association has been clearly communicated within the law enforcement community, as well as the general public. We encourage and ask you to help put New Jersey 1st !
Executive Board NJGIA
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