Gang unit uses Facebook to stop violence

Officers held a seminar for law enforcement and other community members to learn how to identify gang members through social media.

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kindagreywolf - 2/19/2012 3:45 PM
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Wait a second. Police can mace passive protesters but we can't whack our kids? And a BIG HUGE WTF? to our illustrious police Department. If you don't hear about them being arrested on criminal charges, there playing on facebook!

truckhounddog - 2/19/2012 12:20 AM
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i cant agree enough with u watchdog i have gone through parenting classes with oklahoma dhs and according to them i cant whip,yell,ground,sit in corner etc or i can face charges/jail if they yell child abuse so what exactly is a parent to do dhs did say i can talk with the child if the child wants to

watchdog11 - 2/19/2012 12:01 AM
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Too bad if you don't like the title "thug town" it is the truth sadly, but I remember when it wasn't like this not so long ago, I fear it will never be that way again though, the little punks aren't punished because most of them are juveniles, so they know there is no consequences for whatever they do, and parents aren't allowed to discipline their kids anymore, the government seems to think they know better how to raise our kids than we do, so I say establish a Federal home for kids, and when they get into trouble the second time, stick them into the home, and let the government raise the kids, God knows no one seems to be doing it very well now, kids are just doing whatever they want and the parents are just sitting around waiting for them to grow up and get out, the government wants the responsibility, perhaps they can do it better.
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