Hospitals told how to identify and handle gang members
New York Times, March 16, 2009
Officers from the State Parole Board have given a presentation to a dozen hospitals throughout New Jersey to help them identify the telltale signs of gang membership. Mary Ditri, director of professional practice for the New Jersey Hospital Association, said the association reached out to the parole board after altercations involving gang members were reported in other states.
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