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Rick Scott, Governor
Florida Department of Corrections, Secretary Michael D. Crews

Florida Department of Corrections
Timothy H. Cannon, Interim Secretary

Racial Supremacy and Neo-Nazi Groups
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Identifiers/Symbols:

symbol/insignia similar in appearance to a Celtic Cross 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."
KKK 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 sheild 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.
Swastika
Swastika
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.
symbol signifying the Schutzstaffel (SS) 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.
National Sozialistische D.A.P. 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 sheild War Skins. Used by Skinhead followers of the neo-Nazi group White Aryan Resistance (WAR).
Third Reich symbol Formal symbol of Adolf Hitler's Third Reich.
Skinheads poster Skinhead identifier that show the Skins are international.
Photo of tattos on Aryan Nation member Aryan Nation tattoos
Skinhead tatto of eagle head. Skinhead tattoo

Allies/Enemies:

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.