In the 2011 National Gang Threat Assessment estimated 33,000 gangs representing some 1.4 million “documented” gang members reported by law enforcement agencies in the United States. That number is up from approximately 1.0 million representing some 20,000 gangs in 2009.
Gangs can be identified in all 50 states and D.C. with a national average of 48% of all violent crime being attributed to criminal street gangs with that percentage reaching as high as 90% in several cities nationwide.
Larger OMGs have established new chapters and have attracted many new members. The surge in membership has incited clashes for geographic dominance, which has created higher levels of violence.
OMGs continue to engage in all types of violent crimes to include: weapons possession, threats and intimidation, assault, arson, extortion, and drug trafficking.
In today's volatile world where law enforcement are being hunted down, ambushed and executed; we are seeing groups like the New Black Panther Party calling for attacks on law enforcement and street gangs issuing direct threats to law enforcement around the nation.
Being a Gang Specialist is no longer a speciality unit or position. All officers are now required to become gang specialist to be able to identify a potential gang threat in real time - are you prepared? Is your agency prepared?
The Gangology Specialist Online Certification focuses on developing the student’s level of knowledge pertaining to street gang evolution, gang crime law, gang identification, communications, typology, personal safety, and the psychological and sociological impact street gangs have on society, as well as officer and public safety.
KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES
WHY GET CERTIFIED
Certification is part of a process called credentialing. It focuses specifically on the individual and provides documented evidence to the public that the individual has been examined by an independent professional organization and found to possess current competency in a specialized field. Certification signifies and documents the mastery of a strong level of knowledge.
In order to remain competitive in the criminal justice industry today, it is imperative to continue your ongoing training and education. Certification is a way to showcase this training. The game has changed and the expectations have been raised in the gang intelligence, enforcement and investigation profession.
To become certified, you must not only meet each individual certification’s requirements, you must also uphold The Gang Enforcement Professional’s Code of Ethics.
THE FINAL EXAM
Exam Pass Guarantee: We do offer an exam pass guarantee which states if you take and complete the entire certification course and do not pass the final exam, you will get another single attempt on us.
Final Exam Details: The Exam is graded on a pass/fail system by obtaining a 90% or better is considered a passing grade. The exam is taken online at the convenience of your home or office. It is a closed book exam and is 50 questions. The questions are in a true/false, multiple-choice & scenario-based format. You must pass the final exam with a 90% or better to receive your CBGS designation.
The cost is $150 for an additional two years prior to your Certification Expiration date.
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This course is also available and applicable for those outside of the United States.
In the 2015 National Gang Threat Report, one third (1/3) of the jurisdictions report an increase in threats to law enforcement and "the attacks that were carried out against law enforcement and judicial officials over the past two years were violent and brazen."
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