Law enforcement veteran Juan Cloy says law enforcement needs a new approach, in the video above.
“The reality is that most of these kids had no other place to go. They had nothing. So what were we accomplishing? I learned that we can’t outpolice the problem of juvenile crime."
A new Juvenile Justice Information Exchange report says "Teenagers aged 15 to 19 bear the brunt of child firearm fatalities:"
"They are most likely to die from homicide. African-American males make up the overwhelming number of the victims."
Read the full report: