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Graffiti Awareness Safe School Campus Initiative Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Services City of San José
Training Purpose To train community members on: • Recognizing the differences between gang graffiti and “nuisance” graffiti • Identifying a potential “gang house” • Share resources available to help make your community a cleaner and safer place
Thugs/Taggers • Ethnically Diverse (Latino, Asian, • Primary Goal: Fame African American, Caucasian, Etc. ) • Fights Primarily with other Tag • Black Rag (Thug Life) and Thug Crews • Widespread / Highly Mobile • Membership Requires Less Commitment to One Gang / Crew • Less Traditional (Bi-laws / Dress) • Will Affiliate With Norteños or Sureños, Crips or Bloods, Etc. • Known as “Writers” and “Taggers” • Will hold alliances with several other Thug/Tagging Crews
Thugs/Tagging Crews Several crews crossing each other out and writing over each other showing disrespect and challenging the other crews. (KSU & AOT crossing outing TSU) AOT (All Out Thug) and KSU (Kan’t Stop Us) in the past were two of most active crews in the city.
Thugs/Tagging Crews Taggers will at times draw characters as there signature mark on the streets. This drawing was by a member from an older crew, JBF (Just Bustin’ Funk) Taggers will write on anything they can. White cargo vans are preferred because they are highly mobile and visible.
Street Communication “Next Time Don’t Run KSB” Thug and tagger crews, as well as traditional gangs, will communicate with one another with the writings on the walls.
Can You Spot The Gang Graffiti?
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Sureño Graffiti East Side San Jo 13 Sureño gang (SPV) which has formed an Alliance with another Sureño (KVT) from another part of San Jose
Gang Cross Outs
Identifying a “Gang House” There are some visual clues that you may have a “gang house” in your neighborhood: • Foot traffic at all hours of the day and night • Teenagers and young adults always “hanging out” and frequent parties, especially on the weekends • Residents seem to wear a lot of a certain type of color • Increase in tagging in the community, particularly near the residence, and subsequent “crossing out” of tags • Possible increase in violence in the community (i. e. : assaults, robberies, car vandalism, fights, etc. ) • Possible increase in drug sales and usage in the community • Intimidation of residents
Contact Information: Fernando P. Lopez Community Coordinator Safe School Campus Initiative City of San Jose Cell: (408) 690 -2165 Office: (408) 794 -1634 Email: fernando. [email protected] gov Danny Perez Community Coordinator Safe School Campus Initiative City of San Jose Cell: (408) 210 -5217 Office: (408) 794 -1638 Email: danny. [email protected] gov
For More Information: Anti-Graffiti Hotline (408) 277 -2758 Anti-Graffiti Main Line (408) 277 -3208 METRO SJPD Confidential Information Hotline (408) 293 -GANG / (408) 293 -4264 Mayor’s Gang Prevention Task Force (408) 794 -1630