Juvenile Crime Intervention
The Office of the Attorney General works to provide youth, parents, educators, and law enforcement with the resources needed to combat juvenile crime and gang activity in our communities. The agency's Juvenile Crime Intervention (JCI) section provides training and publishes handbooks on juvenile crime and juvenile law. For more information on juvenile law or gang awareness training, contact JCI at (512) 463-4024 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recognizing the warning signs and indicators of youth involvement in gangs at the early stages is key to intervention. Communities, schools, and parents must work together to prevent gang involvement.
The Office of the Attorney General is committed to assisting school administrators, parents and students in their efforts to find practical ideas and workable solutions to help prevent school violence.