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Child Protective Services agencies are intended to take care of children with nowhere else to go, but corruption has infiltrated the government custodial system - putting kids at great risk. National Safe Child founder Tammi Stefano takes a look at the problem and reveals cases of CPS children who ended up working in the growing human sex trafficking trade in this short clip from the full length Buzzsaw interview with Sean Stone.
As activists across the country question police tactics and the number of black men and boys killed by cops, a group in Detroit is hoping conversations with officers can begin to heal the mistrust some youth have toward authorities.
The Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office charges juveniles as adults about 40 times a year, and now prosecutors are reviewing the 2014 cases with youth advocates who favor rehabilitation over prison to make sure the process is fair.
WASHINGTON — Long-overdue reauthorization of the landmark Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act will be the focus today for a federal committee that advises the Obama administration and congressional lawmakers on juvenile justice matters.
NCLEO is an acronym for the National Coalition of Law Enforcement Officers. This organization is a group of ex-law enforcement officers turn whistleblowers. They reported abuses they observed in their police departments and have since gone public with the information. Recently the members of NCLEO went to Washington to speak to congress about police brutality. Tonight Alex Salazar one of NCLEO's members will be our guest, he will tell us about his experience as a police officer and why he decided to become a whistleblower.
Council Member Fernando Cabrera at Monday's hearing (photo: William Alatriste)
NEW YORK - The City Council Committee on Juvenile Justice met Monday morning to hear testimony from community agencies offering alternatives to detention for youth who commit minor crimes. The discussion, organized into three panels, covered a less talked about area of the justice system: the one involving individuals under 16 years of age who commit low-to-moderate-level offenses, such as shoplifting, fighting in school, or smoking marijuana. Council members, led by committee chair Fernando Cabrera, called the oversight hearing to assess both programming and the process by which the City is contracting with service providers. In a three-hour session, representatives of several organizations based throughout New York City shared their visions for a progressive juvenile justice system in which young offenders, in particular those who are not charged with violent felonies, would not be confined in detention centers but rehabilitated through a series of community programs. The statements of service providers who contract with the City echoed and expanded on those made by emissaries of the Mayor's Office of Criminal Justice (MOCJ), who testified to start the hearing. Cabrera and other committee members liked what they heard, but also pressed for more information, especially around the City's system for evaluating and contracting with providers.
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