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Photo: December, 2011 - Homeboy Industries: Working with At-Risk and Former Gang-Involved Youth  

December, 2011 - Homeboy Industries: Working with At-Risk and Former Gang-Involved Youth
Homeboy Industries is the largest gang intervention rehab and re-entry program in the country, offering comprehensive services from tattoo removal to job placement. Homeboy Industries runs five businesses, mental health counseling, case management, and many other services. Father Boyle is the founder of Homeboy Industries and the author of Tattoos on the Heart, and in the podcast, he discusses his work with at-risk and former gang-involved youth.
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Photo: Officer Diane Tillery   June 1, 2010 – Curbing Gang Violence through Problem-Oriented Policing 
In the Washington D.C. metropolitan area, gang violence has been erupting at shows featuring a brand of local hip-hop called Go-Go.  In this podcast, Officer Diane Tillery of the Montgomery County Police Department discusses working with community members and local businesses through problem-oriented policing, which helped to reduce violence and crime related to promoter-sponsored hip-hop events in D.C. area.   
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