BROKEN ARROW, Okla. - Gang investigators from across the state gathered to sharpen their skills in Broken Arrow Friday.
The units joined together for Gangs 101, a class put on to illustrate the real-life dangers of gang violence.
"It's always nice to know your colleagues in other places," said Tulsa police Capt. Vann Ellis. "Because a lot of times they are dealing with the same individuals we are seeing in our area."
In years past, Gangs 101 has been open to the public and people who work with teens, but this year the focus is solely on law enforcement.
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