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National Basketball Retired Players Association 04-05-17

National Basketball Retired Players Association 04-05-17

NBRPA Kicks Off 2017 Full Court Press [with SFY!] In Farmindale
Herald Bulletin 03-23-17

Herald Bulletin 03-23-17

Letter to Editor: 'Policing Teen Brain' Training Beneficial
Police and Security News 03-20-17

Police and Security News 03-20-17

SFY's Dos and Don'ts With Police handout is featured in this article: 5 Effective Ways to Connect with Your Community.
Congressional Hearing, 02-16-17

Congressional Hearing, 02-16-17

Strategies for Youth is featured in Congressional testimony by Chief Patrick Flannelly in a hearing before the House Committee on Education and the Workforce entitled: Providing Vulnerable Youth the Hope of a Brighter Future through Juvenile Justice Reform.
WSBT 02-09-17

WSBT 02-09-17

Policing The Teen Brain training in Lafayette, Indiana, is featured in a WSBT new report.
WNDU 02-08-17

WNDU 02-08-17

David Walker from SFY is interviewed on WNDU, Michiana, about the nature of the teen brain and SFY Policing the Teen Brain training for Michiana Police.
Pal-Item 12-10-16

Pal-Item 12-10-16

Children a Focus for RPD in 2017
Great Falls Tribune 11-15-16

Great Falls Tribune 11-15-16

Juvenile Justice Jeopardy Teaches Teens About The Law
KQED 10-12-16

KQED 10-12-16

Why San Francisco Rarely Sends Youth Directly to Adult Court
Juvenile Justice Information Exchange 10-12-16

Juvenile Justice Information Exchange 10-12-16

States, Advocates Urge Caution as Federal Officials Consider New JJDPA Regulations
Police Foundation 10-05-16

Police Foundation 10-05-16

New Brief: “Defining the Role of School-Based Police Officers”
Marion County Commission on Youth 08-30-16

Marion County Commission on Youth 08-30-16

Best Practices: Training Law Enforcement and Youth to Improve Relations
Police Foundation 08-31-16

Police Foundation 08-31-16

New Brief: “Teen Brain: Preparing Your Officers to Engage with Youth”
The Atlantic 08-25-16

The Atlantic 08-25-16

Why So Few School Cops Are Trained to Work With Kids
Chicago Reporter, 08-22-16

Chicago Reporter, 08-22-16

Trauma Of Witnessing Police Violence is Not Lost On Children
WGBH 07-12-16

WGBH 07-12-16

Federal Investigation Of Boston Latin School Puts Carmen Ortiz In The Spotlight, Again
Dixon Patch, 06-28-16

Dixon Patch, 06-28-16

Solano County Agencies Attend 'Policing the Teen Brain' Training
Omaha.com 06-23-16

Omaha.com 06-23-16

Unusual Training Session Aims To Help School Resource Officers Understand What’s Going On In Teens' Brains
WGBH 06-10-16

WGBH 06-10-16

Why Some Officers Are Policing Kids Differently
Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise 06-09-16

Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise 06-09-16

Leominster’s Laura Jenny Named Youth Of The Year By State Boys & Girls Club
Cleveland.com 06-08-16 (Article 3)

Cleveland.com 06-08-16 (Article 3)

Arresting A Parent In Front Of A Child Has Lifelong Impact, Officers Learn
Cleveland.com 06-08-16 (Article 2)

Cleveland.com 06-08-16 (Article 2)

Are You Smarter About The Law Than A Seventh Grader? Try Juvenile Justice Jeopardy
Cleveland.com 06-08-16 (Article 1)

Cleveland.com 06-08-16 (Article 1)

Is A Return To Old-School Policing Part Of The Formula To Make Cleveland Safer?
Cleveland.com 05-23-16

Cleveland.com 05-23-16

City Of Cleveland Rolls Out Youth Violence Prevention Plan
Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise 03-31-16

Fitchburg Sentinel & Enterprise 03-31-16

Bill Seeks Licensing for Mass. Police Officers
Cleveland.com 03-10-16

Cleveland.com 03-10-16

How teen brains are different and what that means for curbing youth violence
Mother Jones 03-03-16

Mother Jones 03-03-16

These Documents Show How Baltimore School Cops Are Trained to Be "Warriors"
Center for Public Integrity 02-26-16

Center for Public Integrity 02-26-16

Uphill climb for school discipline reform in Virginia
Youth Today 02-22-16

Youth Today 02-22-16

Educators Rethink Discipline, Learn New Moves to Dismantle School-to-Prison Pipeline
The Island Packet 02-11-16

The Island Packet 02-11-16

Three schools among top places in county for crime reports