Youth offenders describe life in a Juvenile Detention Center.
A 12 year old boy accused of killing his Father’s pregnant fiance, could become one of the youngest Americans to face life in prison.
Peer Court attempts to guide troubled youth in the right direction. Peer Court’s goal is to reduce crime and allow juveniles to peacefully resolve their disputes.
Skateboarding is not a crime, but the police officer in the following video does not agree that. A 16 year old was stopped by the police for legally riding his skateboard. Do you think the police officer is too harsh or justified?
Juveniles are particularly vulnerable to confrontational and accusatory police interview tactics, which could lead a juvenile to falsely confess to a crime they did not commit.
In this video, a 14 year old boy, who had just learned his sister was murdered was interrogated and falsely confessed. The police lied to the suspect in order to obtain his confession. Still think it’s impossible to confess to crime you didn’t commit? What this video and then decide.