Video and Multimedia

Video Resources

Video 1: America’s Juvenile Injustice System

Description: Marsha Levick, co-founder of the Juvenile Law Center, illustrates the heartbreaking reality of what happens to children in the justice system whose rights and voices go unconsidered.

Video 2: From Victim to Survivor: Find Your X… but First, Find Your (Wh)Y?

Description: Lauren Book challenges viewers to do what she’s been challenged to do through her journey from the victim of physical, sexual and emotional abuse to struggling survivor and now thriver and internationally recognized advocate for change.

Video 3: Why Study Criminology?

Description: Comments from three professors about their views of studying and working in criminology.

Audio Resources

Audio 1: ‘Let Local People Solve Local Problems,’ Memphis Says in Bid to End DOJ Oversight

Description: Local officials are asking to terminate federal oversight over the juvenile courts.

Audio 2: Author Podcast: Criminology

Description: The author briefly introduces the contents of the first chapter and provides a hypothetical case to help students understand why individuals engage in delinquent behavior and how theory can inform policy.

Web Resource

Web 1: The Juvenile Justice System

Description: This resource discusses and explains the sequence of events in the criminal justice system, from first response to corrections.