L.A. now has 33 permanent injunctions involving 50 gangs --- and the people involved don't get to do anything fun. From the AP story:
"The injunctions prohibit gang members from associating with each other, carrying weapons, possessing drugs, committing crimes and displaying gang symbols in a safety zone --- neighborhoods where suspected gang members live and are most active. Some injunctions set curfews for members and ban them from possessing alcohol in public areas --- even if they're of legal drinking age."
Among other complaints mentioned in the story, critics say these kinds of efforts violate people's civil liberties.
In this photo from the AP, Fort Worth Police Gang Unit officers patrolling an area frequented by gang members arrest Edward Palacios, who they say is a known member, after he's found to have outstanding arrest warrants.