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Police Chiefs Gather At IACP Symposium To Do Better By Youth

30 police chiefs from across the nation gather in New Have at a conference on juvenile justice and child protection hosted by the International Association of the Chiefs of Police, with support from the MacArthur Foundation. Read the news stories here and here. 


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6/24/2015, San Gabriel Valley Tribune
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