01--Gangs Bibliographies, Dictionaries & Handbooks

Clark, Rickie.  The street language dictionary:  featuring hip hop & gang terms.  Indianapolis, IN:  P. A. Clark & Sons, 1997.

Flores, Russell D.  Gang slanging:  a collection of words and phrases used by gang members.  Sacramento, CA:  CyberForce, 1995.

Goldstein, Arnold P., & Donald W. Kodluboy.  Gangs in schools:  signs, symbols, and solutions.  Champaign, IL:  Research Press, 1998.  248p.

Kinnear, Karen L.  Gangs:  a reference handbook.  Santa Barbara, CA:  ABC-CLIO, 1996.  237p.

Knox, George W.  National gangs resource handbook:  an encyclopedic reference.  Bristol, IN:  Wyndham Hall Press, 1994.  240p.

Lal, Shirley R., Dhyan Lal & Charles M. Achilles.  Handbook on gangs in schools:  strategies to reduce gang-related activities.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Corwin Press, 1993.  76p.

Landre, Rick, Mike Miller & Dee Porter.  Gangs:  a handbook for community awareness.  New York:  Facts on File, 1997.  276p.

McCaddon, Jeff.  Crime group encyclopedia and glossary.  United States:  J. McCaddon, 1993.  2 volumes:  v. 1. A through Los Santos;   v. 2. Los Socios through 9X0.

Sachs,Steven L.  Street gang awareness:  a resource guide for parents and professionals.  Minneapolis:  Fairview Press, 1997.  203p.

Tompkins, Dorothy Louise Campbell Culver.  Bibliography on juvenile gangs in the United States since World War II.  Los Angeles:  Delinquency Prevention Training Project, 1965.

Tompkins, Dorothy Louise Campbell Culver.  Juvenile gangs and street groups; a bibliography.  Berkeley:  Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California, 1966.  88p.  Revision of a manuscript prepared for the Youth Studies Center of the University of Southern California in February, 1965.

Valentine, Bill.  Gang intelligence manual:  identifying and understanding modern-day violent gangs in the United States.  Boulder, CO:  Paladin Press, 1995.  250p.

Watts, Tim J.  The new gangs:  young, armed, and dangerous.  Monticello, IL:  USA:  Vance Bibliographies, 1988.  15p.