Calif. anti-gang forces network to save lives
Former Los Angeles police officer Tony Moreno gave a session on Southern California gangs. Other topics covered included gang communication inside prisons and an officer safety session about "the characteristics of armed gunmen."
By Julia Reynolds
The Monterey County Herald, Calif.
SALINAS, Calif. — Some 250 gang investigators and law enforcement agents from around the state stealthily came together in Salinas on Wednesday for the training conference "Survival 2007."
"It's networking among cops," said Salinas police Cmdr. Dino Bardoni, head of the Monterey County Gang Task Force.
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