Gang Violence Prevention Forum

This Meeting is seeking to engage the community in reporting and identifying Illegal Gang Formation in the City of Dover on May 18th, 6:30 pm in City Council Chambers. I will be presenting a power-point presentation to the constituents of Dover on a resolution that was adopted on September 9, 2013, which I wrote and was approved by the Dover Human Relations Commission when I was the Chairman of that Committee.

We are seeking State Funding to implement Mini Mobile Police Stations that will focus on High Crime and Nuisance Premises in an effort to eliminate Illegal Gang Enterprises in the City of Dover and State of Delaware. 15 District Senator David Lawson, 17 District Senator Brian Bushweller, Senator Colin Bonini [who’s running for Governor] 31st. District House of Representatives Sean Lynn and 29th District House of Representatives Trey Pardee will all be on the panel representing State Legislators the Dover and State Police Department will provide inpute on the Illegal Gang Activity as well.

The Agenda and Flyer as well as the actual resolution will be provided to you for your review. I hope that you can cover this story and help me get the word out for maximum participation. Thank you for all that you do for the Community.

https://imageserv11.team-logic.com/mediaLibrary/198/2013-22_-_Cessation_of_Illegal_Gang_Formation_in_Dover_with_SA____-_ADOPTED__SIGNED_.pdf

Thanks 4th District Councilman Sudler

4 thoughts on “Gang Violence Prevention Forum”

  1. In most inner cities there is no stable family unit, so for the child, the gang becomes the family.

    Hire all the cops you want, but you’re treating the symptom, not the disease.

  2. I agree with you. The key is restoring strong families. Instead, we undermine the family.

  3. Okay, I’ll bite. What is a “Mini Mobile Police Station” and how does this piece of equipment prevent gang formation?

  4. MMPS officers will photograph and fingerprint inner-city infants who are born to young, single mothers. This will streamline their ultimate transformation into the criminal justice system.

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