Jeff Carr

Director of LA's Gang Reduction and Youth Development Office

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Jeff Carr on KCRW

Mayor Villaraigosa's speech this week on the  State of the City  was devoted heavily to the fight against crime, with special focus on gangs.

Mayor Goes to War on Gangs

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