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I have a serious question for any LEO's here. Please PM me if you may be able to provide insight.

We recently had a number of incidents with gang graffiti inside our workplace. We have contacted our HR and have our local PD. We are taking discrete measures. I have a rough picture of what was written/symbols. Can someone with experience please interpret. Our turnover of low pay / semi (or unskilled) labor is fairly high. I'd hate to let go the wrong person and have a confrontation late at night.
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post #2 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-07-2008, 02:14 PM
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Not a LEO, but my old roommate years back was. He was a rookie on the force and was sick of gangs. He put himself on a special project to get the graffiti cleaned up in certain areas. What he did was document the different markings. Anytime he came across the same one he'd document it and add it on, write down the address etc.

Believe it or not, they practice before they go out and make their work public sometimes on notebooks or just plain paper. Some gangs use graffiti as a form of initiation, and that is the vandalism crap you see on street signs etc marking territory. The real artists are usually workin alone. I know in NYC it's a competitive art and they have ways of "copy writing" their work.

What was teh question?
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you have a pm I will also have them broken down more if you give me a day to throw them at my mother who has 20 years investigation with gangs

go time traveler style and go back in time, fuck his grandma, then shoot forward in time and then fuck his mom. Then return back to present state and call him a the product of two incest whores and hes your son and show video of you plowing the both members of his family. .

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Along with letting go the wrong person, you have to weigh heavily if the real culprit has any friends that would still be around to do more internal damage to your company... (payback)

This is always a very delicate thing to not rush into... consider the splash damage and the potential of creating even bigger problems.

At previous places where I have worked when it had been discovered that someone was doing something destructive, we managed to get them to leave on their own by just redefining their job through a larger less personal (targeted) re-org.

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Not a LEO, but my old roommate years back was. He was a rookie on the force and was sick of gangs. He put himself on a special project to get the graffiti cleaned up in certain areas. What he did was document the different markings. Anytime he came across the same one he'd document it and add it on, write down the address etc.

Believe it or not, they practice before they go out and make their work public sometimes on notebooks or just plain paper. Some gangs use graffiti as a form of initiation, and that is the vandalism crap you see on street signs etc marking territory. The real artists are usually workin alone. I know in NYC it's a competitive art and they have ways of "copy writing" their work.

What was teh question?

And gangs dont use it as an intiation anymore. Its a way to show dominance that a certain area is theirs. Or that they are beginning to show up in the area and usually with the gang symbol they will leave a trademark tag logo. I use to to graffiti art (businesses paid us to do murals) and if its a tagger, it'll be easy to trace him down by the tag name he leaves.

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Along with letting go the wrong person, you have to weigh heavily if the real culprit has any friends that would still be around to do more internal damage to your company... (payback)

This is always a very delicate thing to not rush into... consider the splash damage and the potential of creating even bigger problems.

At previous places where I have worked when it had been discovered that someone was doing something destructive, we managed to get them to leave on their own by just redefining their job through a larger less personal (targeted) re-org.
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One thing I didn't add was that there is quite a bit of family that works together. Personally I think some would be suspect. But as Arch pointed out, we have to look at a lot of variables and with the abundance of people that work and play together we have to weigh our options.

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Hey the little pussbags in my old neighborhood tag my old apartment a few times a week...
been meaning to take pictures of them... just for the hell of it...

If I took them and posted them here.. THink you guys could tell me the names of the little pukes doing [email protected]? hah


I was over there yesterday and the little tards put W3 on the door...
What... Are they part of the world wide web consortium?

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post it up, im sure somebody can help

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