FULL LIST OF Juvenile Topics
Neb. measure would allow underage tobacco stings–
Underage buyers could only participate if they are an employee
NH city backs off youth curfew–
City officials said they don't want community members to bear cost of defending a lawsuit
Conn. police defend cop's scuffle with teen in YouTube clip–
Officer became involved in struggle after stopping teen early Sunday to question him about a curfew violation.
Video: Conn. police defend cop's scuffle with teen in YouTube clip–
Suspect plans to file a lawsuit against the department
Community policing program keeps kids safe online–
The e-Copp program has been purchased by schools and police agencies and it can be used by parents who home school their little ones
15 years after Columbine: 15 'big ideas' for stopping school massacres–
“We need to make a stand right now that our schools need to be the most important thing we have in this country — not Wall Street, not Capitol Hill, our schools.” — Coach Frank Hall
Improving community relations by focusing on the youth–
A nationwide challenge is helping people see officers as public servants, not an invading army — and it starts with the kids
4 teens arrested in shooting of Calif. teacher–
According to the Fresno Bee, Fresno Police Chief Jerry Dyer identified the suspects as 17 and 16-year-old Norteno gang members
2013 in Review: 12 stories that capture the essence of police work–
From hostage situations to drugged-up lunatics to little lost teddy bears, it’s all in a day’s work
Boy arrested for virtual mass shooting at high school–
The boy downloaded an app for his phone that uses the real backdrop as the setting for the violent game.
Officer pepper sprays out-of-control teen–
Mother called police after kid broke $3000 television because his mother refused to buy him a video game.
Audio Sample of 10-8 Video In Car Video–
Officers responded to juvenile domestic & go to back of house to speak with juvenile.
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. Learn more: PoliceOne Training Topic PoliceOne Juvenile Crime Topic Relevant PoliceOne Links: Visit the Police Community Topic section Law Enforcement News PoliceGrantsHelp.com
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