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OJJDP Comprehensive Gang Model


The OJJDP Comprehensive Gang Model is a set of five core strategies—community mobilization, opportunities provision, social intervention, suppression, and organizational change and development—that offer a comprehensive, collaborative approach designed to prevent and reduce gang violence.

In 1987, OJJDP began supporting a project to design a comprehensive approach to reduce and prevent youth gang violence. This project resulted in the development of the Spergel Model of Gang Intervention and Suppression, later renamed the OJJDP Comprehensive Gang Model. The OJJDP Comprehensive Gang Model involves five strategies for dealing with gang-involved youth and their families. The five strategies are

Community Mobilization:

Involvement of local citizens, including former gang members and community groups and agencies, and the coordination of programs and staff functions within and across agencies.

Opportunities Provision:

The development of a variety of specific education, training, and employment programs targeting gang-involved youth.

Social Intervention:

Youth-serving agencies, schools, street outreach workers, grassroots groups, faith-based organizations, law enforcement agencies, and other criminal justice organizations reaching out and acting as links between gang-involved youth and their families, the conventional world, and needed services.


Formal and informal social control procedures, including close supervision or monitoring of gang youth by agencies of the criminal justice system and also by community-based agencies, schools, and grassroots groups.

Organizational Change and Development:

Development and implementation of policies and procedures that result in the most effective use of available and potential resources to better address the gang problem.


Amerique du Nord, États-Unis




Armes, Bandes, Crime, Mesures, Programmes, Violence


Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), Ministère


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