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It is with great sadness that I share with you the passing of the founder of our Association, Wes Daily. Wes, along with a few other like-minded individuals, wanted to create a way to share information and get it out to the men and women in Law Enforcement so that they had the knowledge to combat the ever-growing rise of street gangs.
The mission of the ECGIA is to respond to the proliferation of gangs in our society, and to assist in their exposure and efficient eradication. The ECGIA aims to increase the awareness of gangs in our society, and to assist law enforcement and related agencies in a cooperative effort to combat the gang activity. The ECGIA is committed to providing valuable and current information, and establishing a network between the ECGIA membership, fellow associations, and law enforcement agencies.
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The East Coast Gang Investigators Association was stared over a decade ago with a vision, to develop a multi-faceted forum to share information on criminal street gangs. This vision has grown into the largest, most extensive, gang enforcement network in the United States. We encourage all criminal justice professionals to join our association and to enjoy the benefits of membership. Please visit the applications page to download an application. Please note that law enforcement identification must be submitted with your application to verify your employment for security purposes.
The ECGIA conducts training events throughout the East Coast. Although most training events are strictly for Law Enforcement officials only, some specialized events cater to professional groups. Please visit our training events page or contact us for additional information.
"ECGIA would like to Thank all of our Sponsors and Supporters"