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- I love being a police officer, but we need reform
Baltimore Police officer Lt. Colonel Melvin Russell instituted a series of reforms aimed at winning back the trust of the community and lowering the violent crime rate.
- Why teens confess to crimes they didn’t commit
Through the lens of Brendan Dassey's interrogation and confession, 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.
- “Let Local People Solve Local Problems,” Memphis Says in Bid to End DOJ Oversight
This report discusses Memphis’ local officials request to terminate federal oversight of juvenile courts.
- Do Police Officers in Schools Really Make Them Safer?
This report covers a discussion of the presence of police officers in schools and whether they make them safer.
- Interactions between Youth and Law Enforcement
This report, last updated in January of 2018, covers the interactions between youth and law enforcement.