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In review: Gun violence near campus
Pistarino--Emma (Student--2019), Cummings--Gabriella (Student--2019)
Northern Iowan 117:49, p.01
|4/12/2021||On April 4, one person was injured on College Hill due to his own firearm discharging, however, this is not the first incident related to gun violence that has taken place on College Hill. Within the past five years, seven reports involving guns were reported. With the change in Iowa Law allowing less regulation regarding gun ownership, many fear that gun related incidents will become more common in the next few year; photo.|
Foxhoven--Tanya M. (Class of 1999)
Northern Iowan 95:45, p.8
|3/26/1999||Column questions " . . . what constitutes a gang member" and gang activity.|
Gang violence assessments differ in communitiy
Northern Iowan 90:21, p.4
|11/9/1993||Local police offer views on gang violence; locally-produced play on "Victim of the Ghetto".|
Gangs in Iowa
Public Relations News Release 1989:483, p.1
|3/26/1990||Professor Clemens Bartollas conducts research on gang activity at the State Training School for Boys at Eldora.|
Iowa schools are no longer safe from gang activity, warns University of Northern Iowa criminologist.
Public Relations News Release 1989:135, p.1
|10/4/1989||Recent research Clemens Bartollas is conducting with inmates at the State Training School for Boys at Eldora has alerted him to the growing presense of gangs and gang related activity in Iowa, not only in urban centers, but in rural communities.|
Gang-busters -- identifying and ending gang activity in our schools.
Public Relations News Release 1989:66, p.1
|9/18/1989||Authorities are reporting that much of the activity has been traced to schools, as gang leaders try to recruit young members. Clemens Bartollas says teenagers who are attracted to a life of crime need to be told the realities of gang participation.|
Crips, vice lords, and bloods -- all gangs operating in Iowa.
Public Relations News Release 1989:603, p.1
|8/14/1989||Clemens Bartollas, says a "get tough" approach is the only way to control gangs in the state. Gang activity began in Iowa's prison system, and has spread at an alarmingly fast pace.|
"Get tough" approach only way to control gangs in Iowa, says University of Northern Iowa criminology professor.
Public Relations News Release 1989:599, p.1
|8/8/1989||Gang activity in Iowa first developed after out-of-state gang members were arrested and sent to Iowa prisons. While inside they recruited other members and fought for control of the prison populations. Money is one reason why young people join gangs.|
Former gang leader to talk Saturday
Northern Iowan 73:46, p.1
|3/25/1977||Nicky Cruz will tell how his religious faith changed his life.|