Naughty, nice, or gang member? A new kind of list in Boardman

BOARDMAN, Ore. -- Boardman is making a new effort to identify gang members and help push them out of the area.

If someone commits a gang crime, like a shooting, or is connected to a series of crimes, Boardman will now put them on a list of known gang members.

Once on the list, you can't be removed unless you stay out of trouble for at least four-years. This labeling is critical for sentencing.

Now judges can order people not to have contact with gang members and it's clear who those people are.