How to tell if your Home Secretary is part of a gang
Does your Home Secretary have gang colours? Gang members typically identify themselves by their colours, bright primary colours, RED, or BLUE are typical. Look for bandanas, logos or flags.
Does your Home Secretary have homies? A single small group of buddies that your Home Secretary typically hangs out with is a sure sign of gangs. Doubly so if they think their 'homies' are always right and other people's homies are always wrong.
Do they collect in one place? If your Home Secretary keeps visiting a 'den' regularly with their homies for fights, that's a sure sign.
Do they have a new nickname? Has Jacqui become 'Wacky'? Again, that's a sign of gang membership.
What to do:
Do you know where your Home Secretary is? The best defence against gangs is to keep close track of your home secretary at all time.
Smother her in caring, get involved in every aspect of your Home Secretaries life, teach her about resisting peer pressure, teach her how to deal with conflict without locking up 2/3rds of the population.
Set limits and boundaries, demand compliance with the fundamental human rights legislation, insist she sticks to logic and reasoning, not hormonal raging knee jerk reactionaryism.
Teach them that their actions result in consequences, like unelectability, lost byelections, sacking.
Limit access to alcohol, especially cheap subsidised alcohol in the bars in Parliament.
Remember it's the *GANG* in *GANG CRIME* that is the problem, take out the GANG and the problem is gone!