The GROW Program focuses on gang intervention. The unit houses up to 24 juveniles from various gangs; participants are identified as security threat group members. Offenders reflect on joining gangs.
Three juvenile offenders identify their role models and why they looked up to them; two did not have fathers in their lives. They discuss respect in the neighborhood and mentor qualities.
Three juvenile offenders discuss what they found exciting about the lifestyle, providing for family, and their fathers. One of the offenders has a son; he reflects on "breaking the cycle."
Three juvenile offenders consider what made it easier for them to join a gang, what they now respect after having been incarcerated, and changes they must make.
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Juvenile gang members participate in prison gang counseling; prison staff describe the unique program.
Length: 22 minutes
Copyright date: ©2016
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