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Raiders Team Up with Fans Against Violence



The Oakland Raiders' Fan Code of Conduct is part of the Silver and Black's commitment to a safe, secure, family friendly environment. The Fan Code of Conduct can be found by clicking here.

The Fan Code of Conduct also includes parking and tailgate guidelines as well as texting and designated driver programs which continue to help fans enjoy the best possible game day experience.

The Fan Code of Conduct Public Service Announcement, which features the Raiderettes and contains video clips of fans of all ages enjoying a day at a Raiders game, can be seen by clicking here.

As part of the Raiders continuing efforts to provide a safe, secure, family friendly environment, the Silver and Black and Fans Against Violence (FAV) are teaming up beginning with tonight's regular season opener against San Diego at Coliseum to highlight fan interaction at the stadium with the FanShake™.

The FanShake™, a term originated by Fans Against Violence, will be prominently displayed in a number of ways at Monday night's contest between two original American Football League and present American Football Conference Western Division rivals.

A FanShake™ photo gallery will be showcased on's "Game Center" as well as on the team's Twitter and Face book accounts.  Fans are encouraged to take their own photos of FanShakes™ and upload those to Twitter using the hash tag #fanshake. The Raiders will then re-Tweet the best photos throughout the pregame and game.

In addition, FanShake™ moments will be videotaped and shared with the crowd inside the Coliseum on the video during the game as part of FanShakeCam™.

Fans Against Violence ( is a fan-based organization that aims to improve and enhance game day experiences at professional sports venues across the United States.

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