Southern Nevada Community Gang Task Force TEAMS:
Handbook Team Coordinator- Debbie Damron 702-619-9898
Debbie is a Gang Prevention co-chair and GRT Handbook Trainer.
The Gang Resistance Handbook Team is one of the working groups that Gang Prevention Subcommittee members can join to help their community.
This working group is responsible for the great success of the Handbook on Gangs Training. It is composed of average citizens, teachers, pastors,
community agencies, grandparents and many others.
The only requirement is a desire to save our children from gangs by “preventing them from joining gangs in the first place”.
The GRT Handbook on Gangs is a training seminar for community, schools and parents about the signs of gang activity. Our “Team Members”
assist in locating churches, schools, community clubhouses, homeowner associations, and others to set up the training seminars.
Only a few minutes of time at the end of the Gang Prevention Subcommittee meeting is required to become a team member.
It remains a personal decision if you want to volunteer less than an hour per month or several hours per month.
Debbie serves as the luncheon chair for volunteers and announcements, bulletins, RSVP's,
newsletters, email, etc. If you would like to be added to the volunteer list please contact Debbie Damron.
Faith-based Team Co-Coordinators: Victoria Campe, and Sandy Marks 702-401-7149
Sandy Marks is an ordained Reverend, Chaplaincy AB Chair, and an MVP (Metro Volunteer Program).
The Faith-based Team is one of the working groups that Gang Prevention Subcommittee members can join to help their community.
This working group is responsible for creating community service opportunities for faith-based organizations and individuals with an
interest or talent in faith-based services. The Faith-based Team collaborates with all of the Gang Prevention Subcommittee working groups
to participate and enhance “Community Mobilization” initiatives throughout Southern Nevada.
This working group partners with the “Chaplaincy Program” which enhances the overall community mobilization of the Gang Prevention Subcommittee.
It also works closely with the Gang Intervention and Gang Suppression Subcommittees in facilitating faith-based activities in the community,
which demonstrate the strategies and principles of the OJJDP Comprehensive Gang Model.
Educational Team Coordinator: Regina Harrison
Regina is an MVP (Metro Volunteer Program), a Clark County School District Adult Ed. Teacher.
BA in Psychology, Master of Arts Organizational management, BS Business Management.
The Southern Nevada Community Gang Task Force, leadership in education and training of our youth. resources for GED,
and writing skills. This team participates and co-schedules training with the youth in detention, and the community, through the
SNCGTF Clinic of Y.O.U (Youth Outreach Unbound).
Funding Team Coordinator: Marshaun A. R. Winston
Marshaun is an MVP (Metro Volunteer Program), Retired Military Vet., Volunteer Ambassadors for Hope.
The Funding Team is one of the working groups that Gang Prevention Subcommittee members can join to help their community. This working
group is responsible for gathering and managing grant information related to the Gang Prevention Subcommittee as demonstrated by the
OJJDP Comprehensive Gang Model. The members of this working group form collaborations for current and future grant applications. In addition,
this working group enlists the support and services of local community coalitions to drive the grant preparation process and present new grant
opportunities to the Southern Nevada Community Gang Task Force.
The Southern Nevada Community Gang Task Force facilitates the success of community agencies that complete Logic Model Training and
Gang Task Force Community Provider’s Training (Evidence Based Practices) provided by the Task Force annually.
Only a few minutes of time at the end of the Gang Prevention Subcommittee meeting is required. It remains a personal decision if you want to
volunteer additional hours. When grant applications are being prepared, additional hours are sometimes needed to assist in the many tasks required.
Also, the Gang Prevention Subcommittee’s Funding Team is called upon to work with Gang Intervention and Gang Suppression grant writers on behalf
of the Southern Nevada Community Gang Task Force.
Event Coordinator: Diana Reyes.
Diana is currently awaiting her status for MVP, she is a gang prevention event coordinator co-chair, and an ordained Chaplain.
Diana coordinates the gang prevention sub-committee Quarterly Luncheons, and the Operation Lasting Peace special events.
She also works on fundraising for the events, and the printing of the GRT Handbook.
Graffiti Coalition, and Taskforce Special Events:
Kevin L Child
Kevin is an ordained Chaplain, and NV state licensed Minister. He is the Chair for the the S NV Anti Graffiti Coalition (SNAGc),
and helps facilitate special events through donations, equipment, etc .
Media Team Coordinator: Joshua –702-401-7149
Joshua Campe is an MVP (Metro Volunteer Program)
The Southern Nevada Community Gang Task Force calls upon this working group for media planning and implementation of strategies
congruent with OJJDP Comprehensive Gang Model principles.
The Media Team is one of the working groups that Gang Prevention Subcommittee members can join to help their community. This working
group is responsible for media related affairs of the Gang Prevention Subcommittee. They also make recommendation for overall Task Force
media activities and community collaborations involving media projects. This working group assists all Gang Prevention working groups
when called upon.
Also, they make media presentations to the Task Force on behalf of the Gang Prevention Subcommittee.