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America Close Up (Crime: Teenage Violence) #597439

NBC Evening News for Monday, Dec 26, 1994
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Tampa: Bob Dotson) Tough new laws as a solution to violent crime by children featured; scenes shown of unruly youths in Tampa, Florida. [Juvenile court judge Glenda JOHNSON, Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Calvin ROSS, criminologist Dr. Carl TAYLOR - talk about this new kind of juvenile offenders.] The laws to combat teen crime outlined on screen; scenes shown from a boot camp for juveniles. [Tampa police chief John CUESTA, National Council on Crime and Delinquency Barry KRISBERG - comment on the system.]

Dotson, Bob;
Williams, Brian

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