Malcolm Klein

Professor Emeritus of Sociology at USC

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Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Southern California and an expert on gangs

Malcolm Klein on KCRW

There's good news and bad news with two gang-related arrests in the past two days.  Today, LA's Mayor and Police Chief announced today the  arrest of Steve Garcia , a murder suspect…

Two Steps Forward, Two Steps Back in LA's War on Gangs

There's good news and bad news with two gang-related arrests in the past two days.  Today, LA's Mayor and Police Chief announced today the arrest of Steve Garcia , a murder suspect…

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