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Andell, Paul and Pitts, John (2017) Preventing the violent and sexual victimisation of vulnerable gang-involved and gang-affected children and young people in Ipswich. Suffolk: University of Suffolk.

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  • The response to gangs and county lines in Suffolk before 2017 p.4
  • The research brief and definitions p.8
  • The research methodology p.9
  • The emergence of gangs and gang violence in Ipswich p.10
  • Ends, gang conflict and social media p.14
  • Girls, young women and gangs in Ipswich p.15
  • The evolution of local drug markets p.17
  • Gangs and drug markets in Ipswich today p.19
  • Accommodating ‘looked after’ young people p.23
  • A view from the street p.24
  • Developing a strategy: p.30
  • Conclusions and way forward: p.54

References p.58
Appendix I: Drug treatment and arrest data p.62
Appendix II: Demand reduction for heroin p.67
Appendix III: Key features of gang desistance programmes p.68
Appendix IV: Network analysis p.70

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