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By M. Lauchs,A. Bain,P. Bell

Outlaw bike Gangs are more and more visible as a hazard to groups world wide. they seem to be a obvious probability as a recognizable image of deviance and violence. This publication makes use of gang and arranged crime concept to provide an explanation for the teams and appears at policing and political responses to the golf equipment' activities.

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