Alton Pitre

OP-ED: Cops and Community, How to Repair a Broken Relationship

It is difficult to repair a broken relationship, one built on years of distrust. It is especially tough if you are the parent of a child forever getting caught up in the juvenile justice system, knowing their kid can be harassed and possibly injured or arrested for simply walking down the street.

Youth of Color and the Juvenile Justice System — Racial-Ethnic Fairness

Analysis: Coming Soon… A Watershed Moment on DMC

Reading through JJIE’s extensive coverage regarding racial and ethnic disparities in juvenile justice over the past month, reviewing its excellent new DMC resource hub, and scanning the available literature, it is impossible to avoid a couple of painful conclusions.