|Celtic Cross was originally the symbol for the Celts of ancient Ireland and Scotland. A symbol/insignia similar in appearance to a Celtic Cross has been adopted by many American white supremacist groups. This identifier incorporates the white supremacist slogan "White pride world wide."|
|Ku Klux Klan blood drop. The drop is one of the KKK's best-known symbols. For Klan members, the drop represents the blood that Jesus Christ shed on the cross as a sacrifice for the white race.|
|Aryan Nations. This symbol is used by the neo-Nazi Aryan Nations, based in Haden Lake, Idaho. Aryan Nations is one of the nation's most established extremist groups.|
||Nazi swastika, adopted in 1935 as the official emblem of German's Nazi Party. The swastika is widely used by neo-Nazi, Skinhead, and other white supremacist groups. Dozens of variations of the swastika are common.|
|A Nazi symbol signifying the Schutzstaffel (SS), the elite military arm of Adolf Hitler's Third Reich. One of the SS missions was supervision of the death camp network.|
|Identifier is for the National Socialist White People's Party (NSWPP) a neo-Nazi supremacy group with roots in Germany. D.A.P. is for "German Workers Party."|
|War Skins. Used by Skinhead followers of the neo-Nazi group White Aryan Resistance (WAR).|
|Formal symbol of Adolf Hitler's Third Reich.|
|Skinhead identifier that show the Skins are international.|
|Aryan Nation tattoos|
These groups tend to be allies of each other, and their enemies are generally nonwhites, the government, and authority figures.
Propensity for Disruptive Behavior:
Any group that claims racial supremacy poses the potential to create disruption in communities as well as correctional facilities.