Join Our Mailing List
Regional Network: Region II
Region II Anti-Gang Coordinator
Sergeant David Blanchard
Alameda County Sheriff’s Office
Gang Suppression Unit
15001 Foothill Boulevard,
San Leandro CA 94578
Regional Anti-Gang Intelligence-Led Policing Program
Background: In 2008, seven Sheriff’s Offices in California received federal funds through the Regional Anti-Gang Intelligence-Led Policing (RILP) Program. The seven Sheriff’s Offices are the coordinating for each of the designated Law Enforcement Mutual Aid (LEMA) Regions in California.
Purpose: The purpose of the RILP Program is to support the development of regional networks of anti-gang efforts at the community, city and county levels throughout each LEMA Region. The creation of these networks will support and facilitate the timely and efficient exchange of information within each region.
Regional Anti-Gang Coordinator Position: As a part of the program, each of the seven Sheriff’s Offices designated a regional anti-gang coordinator to serve as a central point of coordination for the LEMA Region. The mission of the anti-gang coordinator is to reach out to other law enforcement and municipal agencies within the region, in order to form an anti-gang network; collecting resources, collaborating with the community and facilitating information exchange.
Information & Resources: As information and resources become available from each of the regional anti-gang networks, it will be posted to this web site, in an effort to centralize and share the information statewide.
Visit the Alameda County Sheriff's Office web site: www.alamedacountysheriff.org