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Criminal Justice Reform: Restorative Justice and the Culture of the Arlington Police Department is a Public Affairs program.

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2 years ago

This video was created in coordination with Arlington Community Media, Inc. in Arlington, MA. ACMi is dedicated to providing an electronic forum for the free exchange of information and ideas which reflect the talents, skills, interests, concerns, and diversity of the Arlington, Massachusetts community. To find out more visit: https://www.acmi.tv...

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2 years ago

In this episode of Justice in the Balance, Middlesex County Sheriff Peter Koutoujian offers his impassioned response to George Floyd's killing and the intensity of the public reaction, describes the changes made at the Middlesex House of Correction in response to COVID-19, and makes the case that no Sheriff's Department...

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2 years ago

Executive Director Leon Smith, and Deputy Director Sana Fadel describe the work of Citizens for Juvenile Justice on behalf of Massachusetts youth, work that includes advocacy, coalition building, research, and public education. They are busier than ever under the conditions of COVID-19, holding accountable those state systems intended to support...

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2 years ago

Middlesex County District Attorney Marian Ryan addresses a number of important topics in a wide-ranging interview. She warns of COVID-19-related scams targeting people (especially elders) around bogus cures and CARES Act checks, and describes how her office is continuing to function in the pandemic to process cases and provide protection...

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2 years ago

Lois Ahrens, Founding Director of The Real Cost of Prisons Project, takes us behind the walls of our state penal institutions to focus on the particular risks faced by prisoners, guards, and staff in these potential hotspots. She also makes it clear that those in authority - including the governor,...

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2 years ago

Suffolk University Sociology professor Susan Sered studies populations that are particularly vulnerable in "normal" circumstances, and particularly so under current conditions. In this episode of Justice in the Balance, Professor Sered opens a window on the challenges being faced daily by millions of people just to keep themselves and their...

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3 years ago

This video was created in coordination with Arlington Community Media, Inc. in Arlington, MA. ACMi is dedicated to providing an electronic forum for the free exchange of information and ideas which reflect the talents, skills, interests, concerns, and diversity of the Arlington, Massachusetts community. To find out more visit http://www.acmi.tv

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3 years ago

A moderated discussion between Josephine Bolling McCall, whose father was lynched in Lowndes County Alabama in 1947, and Rose Zoltek-Jick, professor and Associate Director of the Civil Rights and Restorative Justice Project at Northeastern University School of Law. Moderated by Reverend Marta Morris Flanagan, minister of the First Parish Unitarian...

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3 years ago

Arlington Police Chief Frederick Ryan visits ACMi's Studio A to discuss a variety of issues, including the APD's response to the controversial comments made by one of its Lieutenants in a Massachusetts police journal. Other topics covered include restorative justice, community policing, and the opiate epidemic. This video was created...

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4 years ago

Prison reform advocate and MASC (Massachusetts Against Solitary Confinement) Coordinator, Cassandra Bensahih, sat down with us to talk about her role in changing the quality of life for incarcerated people. In particular, she spoke about the far-reaching effects that time spent in the prison system can have on individuals, effects...

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