Video and Multimedia
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Video 1: How Police and the Public Can Create Safer Neighborhoods Together
Description: Tracie Keesee, cofounder of the Center for Policing Equity, shares lessons she's learned from 25 years as a police officer.
Video 2: Why Teens Confess to Crimes They Didn't Commit
Description: Developmental psychology professor and researcher Lindsay Malloy breaks down the science underlying false confessions and calls for change in the way kids are treated by a legal system designed for adults.
Audio 1: Supreme Court Weighs Miranda Rights for Juveniles
Description: The Supreme Court appeared closely divided Wednesday in a case testing the rights of juveniles. At issue is whether police must advise juveniles of their rights when interrogations are conducted at school.
Audio 2: Making Schools Safer: Harsh Consequences, Or Second Chances?
Description: A discussion of school safety that asks: What's more important--cold steel or warm hugs? Harsh consequences or second chances?
Web 1: Why Some Officers Are Policing Kids Differently
Description: This article discusses why police officers are policing kids differently.
Web 2: Interactions Between Youth and Law Enforcement
Description: OJJDP literature review on the interactions between youth and law enforcement, last updated in January 2018.