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This film explores the personal stories of twelve juveniles, male and female, at Los Angeles Central Juvenile Hall who were prosecuted and incarcerated as adults. Based on the work of students in a video production class taught by Leslie Neale at the Los Angeles Central Juvenile Hall.
DVD
2005; 2003
Clemons (Stacks)
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Miguel and Ricardo: (Part 2) [electronic resource]

Filmed inside Indiana's Lake County Juvenile Justice Complex, this documentary is one in a series of programs exploring where juvenile crime begins, how it evolves, and what's at stake for kids, families, and professionals in the system. Featured in this episode (the second of two parts) are the stories of Ricardo Pizano, a troubled teen with few options aside from life on the streets; Michael Shane, a young man facing a robbery charge; and Miguel Colon, a bright 17-year-old who impresses Lake County's staff with his intellect, but frustrates them for his repeat appearances in detention.
Online
2009
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Miguel and Ricardo: (Part 1) [electronic resource]

Filmed inside Indiana's Lake County Juvenile Justice Complex, this documentary is one in a series of programs exploring where juvenile crime begins, how it evolves, and what's at stake for kids, families, and professionals in the system. Featured in this episode (the first of two parts) are the stories of Ricardo Pizano, a troubled teen with few options aside from life on the streets; Michael Shane, a young man facing a robbery charge; and Miguel Colon, a bright 17-year-old who impresses Lake County's staff with his intellect, but frustrates them for his repeat appearances in detention.
Online
2009
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Kymyada and Kevin: (Part 1) [electronic resource]

Filmed inside Indiana's Lake County Juvenile Justice Complex, this documentary is one in a series of programs exploring where juvenile crime begins, how it evolves, and what's at stake for kids, families, and professionals in the system. Featured in this episode (the first of two parts) are the stories of 16-year-old Kevin Wells, who at the tail end of a 100-day stay at Lake County reaches his breaking point; and teen mother Kymyada, who has a penchant for running away and flouting her own mother's authority.
Online
2009
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Kymyada and Kevin: (Part 2) [electronic resource]

Filmed inside Indiana's Lake County Juvenile Justice Complex, this documentary is one in a series of programs exploring where juvenile crime begins, how it evolves, and what's at stake for kids, families, and professionals in the system. Featured in this episode (the second of two parts) are the stories of 16-year-old Kevin Wells, who at the tail end of a 100-day stay at Lake County reaches his breaking point; and teen mother Kymyada, who has a penchant for running away and flouting her own mother's authority.
Online
2009
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Aaron and Ayryana: (Part 1) [electronic resource]

Filmed inside Indiana's Lake County Juvenile Justice Complex, this documentary is one in a series of programs exploring where juvenile crime begins, how it evolves, and what's at stake for kids, families, and professionals in the system. Featured in this episode (the first of two parts) are the stories of Aaron, a self-proclaimed car thief and charmer who finds himself at a legally perplexing place at the crossroads between juvenile status and adulthood; and Ayryana, a young woman who ran afoul with the law while trying to be a responsible guardian to her younger brothers.
Online
2009
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Morris and Rodrick: (Part 1) [electronic resource]

Filmed inside Indiana's Lake County Juvenile Justice Complex, this documentary is one in a series of programs exploring where juvenile crime begins, how it evolves, and what's at stake for kids, families, and professionals in the system. Featured in this episode (the first of two parts) are the stories of Rodrick, a young man who by all accounts was on the right track in turning his life around, but now finds himself back at Lake County; and Morris, a 16-year-old whose anger problems have created problems for him at home.
Online
2009
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Aaron and Ayryana: (Part 2) [electronic resource]

Filmed inside Indiana's Lake County Juvenile Justice Complex, this documentary is one in a series of programs exploring where juvenile crime begins, how it evolves, and what's at stake for kids, families, and professionals in the system. Featured in this episode (the second of two parts) are the stories of Aaron, a self-proclaimed car thief and charmer who finds himself at a legally perplexing place at the crossroads between juvenile status and adulthood; and Ayryana, a young woman who ran afoul with the law while trying to be a responsible guardian to her younger brothers.
Online
2009
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Morris and Rodrick: (Part 2) [electronic resource]

Filmed inside Indiana's Lake County Juvenile Justice Complex, this documentary is one in a series of programs exploring where juvenile crime begins, how it evolves, and what's at stake for kids, families, and professionals in the system. Featured in this episode (the second of two parts) are the stories of Rodrick, a young man who by all accounts was on the right track in turning his life around, but now finds himself back at Lake County; and Morris, a 16-year-old whose anger problems have created problems for him at home.
Online
2009
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Profiles of Delinquency [electronic resource]: Joshua

Joshua Cordell, a seemingly soft-spoken and mild-mannered 13-year-old, finds himself in juvenile court on charges that he battered his own mother. This character profile illuminates how juvenile crime is not only a social issue but, all too often, a family one as well.
Online
2003
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Profiles of Delinquency [electronic resource]: Aaron

A self-described "charmer" and admitted car thief, Aaron can't keep his hands off the wheel. With an extensive rap sheet that spans years, staff at Lake County Juvenile Justice soon learn there are more wrenching details to Aaron's story. This profile highlights the human side of the juvenile crime dilemma and the tenuous position offenders find themselves in on the brink of adulthood.
Online
2009
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Review Hearing and Emergency Foster Care [electronic resource]

The next step in the Pitcock saga is the court hearing that takes place three days following the removal of the two boys from their home. This program documents that first hearing, as well as the family's thoughts before and after their day in court. The film then follows the parents on their first visitation with the boys after they are placed in emergency foster care, pending the court's ability to find family or other temporary placement.
Online
2000
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Emergency Home Removal [electronic resource]

One evening in March 2000, cameras followed Child Protective Services on a response call to the home of the Pitcock family for an investigation of alleged physical abuse. This program covers the emergency home removal of the children by the Department of Child Services.
Online
2000
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Social Worker Home Visit [electronic resource]: A Medical-Needs Foster Child

When 15-year old Melissa Evans gives birth to a baby girl with cerebral palsy, she has nowhere to turn for help. After leaving the hospital without her newborn, Raven, the baby becomes a ward of the state. Due to her medical condition, Raven is placed in the home of a special-needs foster parent. This program follows a home visit by Melissa's social worker, allowing us to see how she handles both cases, that of Melissa and of her baby.
Online
2003
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When Kids Cross Over [electronic resource]: DeLena's Story

Prior to the passage of the Adoption and Safe Families Act, foster care drift posed unique challenges for kids in the child welfare system. This program follows DeLena Hodges who entered that system at age 4 after a case history of parental neglect. By age 14 she was pregnant; by 15 she had lived in 20 different foster homes, before finding a stable, loving environment in the home of foster parent Cathy Brown. While it seemed she was a picture of success, DeLena was still a teenager facing challenges few people could understand - so when she forged two checks in the name of the foster mother she loved, everyone was shocked.
Online
2003
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Fight for What's Right [electronic resource]

This documentary features exclusive footage with officers and offenders inside the innovative Future Soldiers Program of Indiana's Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility. The film also includes never before seen footage and interviews with Pendleton's release committee, as incarcerated teens make their case on why they should be released from prison.
Online
2008
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This Is Their Normal [electronic resource]

What's it like to spend time in one of America's largest maximum-security juvenile prisons? Follow the lives of teenage inmates who must progress through the rigorous release program of Indiana's Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility in order to gain their freedom. Footage includes offenders completing Pendleton's gang education program and inmates struggling through drug and alcohol addiction.
Online
2008
18.

You Have to Believe [electronic resource]

From inside the maximum-security razor-wire fences of Indiana's Pendleton Juvenile Correctional Facility, this film documents the wrenching story of an inmate with deep-seated emotional trauma. This 19-year old offender reveals for the first time a childhood filled with abuse, attempted murder, and total abandonment.
Online
2008
19.

Carlton and Paradize [electronic resource]

Filmed inside Indiana's Lake County Juvenile Justice Complex, this documentary is one in a series of programs exploring where juvenile crime begins, how it evolves, and what's at stake for kids, families, and professionals in the system. Featured in this episode are the stories of Carlton who, after three consecutive charges, is bound for juvenile prison; and Paradize, a teenage girl who finds some solace in the safety of detention.
Online
2009
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Principals of de-Escalation [electronic resource]: Shauntee

Observe prison staff as they work to de-escalate a situation that involves a youth who has lost control. Demonstrated are practices that involve low-contact or no-contact mediation, counseling, personal connection, and empathy. This program is geared toward discussions that foster de-escalation techniques that can be used instead of physical force.
Online
2008