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FAYETTEVILLE, NC (AP) — Cumberland County authorities are
getting together with other law enforcement agencies in North
Carolina to educate themselves on how to handle gangs.

Sheriff Earl Butler is hosting a conference in Fayetteville
Monday on gang training. It’s part of a series of lectures intended
to address North Carolina’s gang issues.

Organizers say attendees at the eight-day conference are
learning effective ways to investigate gangs and how to supervise a
gang unit.

The conference is being taught by the North Carolina Gang
Investigators Association. Members of the Regional Organized Crime
Information Center are helping host the gathering.

(Copyright 2011 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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