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Focus: Society (Juvenile Criminals/Punishment and Rehabilitation) #587282

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 27, 1992
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(Studio: Garrick Utley) Report introduced.

(Hagerstown, Maryland: Robin Lloyd) Long-term effect on society of imprisoning juvenile criminals with adult offenders featured; scenes shown from Maryland's Herman Tolson Correctional Boot Camp and Maryland Correctional Training Center. [Convicted murderer E. Cliff ENRIQUEZ - says he was only 14 when he was locked up; comments on missing his family.] Statistics on juvenile crime outlined. [Maryland state attorney Alexander WILLIAMS - says violence is a threat to the community.] [Juvenile crime expert Jerome MILLER - comments.] [At this month's graduation ceremony at Glenn Mills School juvenile detention center, student Tyrone SMITH, director Sam FERRAINOLO - comment on rehabilitation.]

Lloyd, Robin;
Utley, Garrick

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