The Georgia Gang Investigators Association was created in 1998 in response to increasing gang activity across the state. The association’s mission is to counter criminal street gang activity in Georgia by providing intelligence, training, suppression, and intervention to law enforcement and prosecutors.
Today, the GGIA has over 500 members from law enforcement, corrections, and prosecutor’s offices around the state. We organize regular regional intelligence-sharing meetings; we train and certify gang investigators; and we provide our state legislature with updates on gang activity and trends across Georgia.
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Gangs are already working together to undermine the safety of the public – be a part of the answer.