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The Juvenile Crime topic page is a resource for cops, school resource officers and others dealing with juvenile crime and offenders, with news and information about everything from minors engaging in sexting to dealing with violent, potentially deadly kids.
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April 01, 2013

Advanced ID Detection in the News 2013

"Fake IDs Become More Sophisticated" - An Amherst MA TV Station features Advanced ID Detection in an I-Team report on how fake IDs have become more sophisticated. See our Visual-AIDD system in action at the Spirit Haus in Amhest MA. The Amherst area is home to a number of college campuses, notably the Universtity of Massachusetts.
April 01, 2013

Scanning Fake ID's - (ABC News) Advanced ID Detection

Our forensic ID verification system at Stackers Pub in Amherst, MA. The Visual-AIDD forensic ID checking technology "leaves no stone unturned" according to Dana Weber of Four Seasons Liquors.
July 28, 2012

NY police arrest teen who broke patrol car window

As the suspect was being led out of the house in handcuffs she began shouting "I didn't do anything wrong" and "I'm not crazy."
January 26, 2009

Perspectives: Mike Perez - Trends in Juvenile Crime

According to law enforcement experts, juvenile crime rates were at their peak 20 years ago and had significantly decreased by 1996. Now it seems that youth violence is on the rise again. In this PoliceOneTV Original interview, Law Enforcement Consultant and Trainer Mike Perez and Betsy Smith discuss these trends in violent juvenile crime.

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December 10, 2008

Cisco 2008 IACP Super Session - Part 2

Check out more video highlights of Sheriff Lee Baca, Los Angeles County, and Connie Rice, Co-Director, Advancement Project, talking at the Cisco Systems Super Session about changing the paradigm in dealing with gangs. Filmed at the IACP 2008 law enforcement tradeshow.

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December 10, 2008

Cisco 2008 IACP Super Session - Part 1

Check out the first section of video highlights of Sheriff Lee Baca, Los Angeles County, and Connie Rice, Co-Director, Advancement Project, talking at the Cisco Systems Super Session about changing the paradigm in dealing with gangs. Filmed at the IACP 2008 law enforcement tradeshow.

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