Gangsline is a non-profit organisation that works to help and support young men and women involved in gang culture.
They work with individuals from deprived communities and those with social, educational, spiritual and family issues.
Gangsline delivers various services, through outreach teams and specialist mentors, which aim to eradicate the growing levels of disrespect among young people on the peripherals of gang life. They teach young people to respect themselves and understand the potential consequences of gang culture. They also offer advice and information to parents and legal advice for those facing gang related prosecution.
The organisation was set up in 2007 by former gang leader, Sheldon Thomas.