Capitol Perspective: Crime
Edward M. Kennedy senator, D-MA
Edward Davis commissioner, Boston Police Department
Gregg Croteau executive director, United Teen Equality Center
Gwynn Hughes executive director, MA Afterschool Partnership
Ted Kennedy hosts a discussion about the challenges and solutions pertaining to the problem of crime in Massachusetts.
Senator Kennedy is joined by Edward Davis, commissioner of the Boston Police Department; Gregg Cruteau, executive director of the United Teen Equality Center; and Gwynn Hughes, executive director of the Massachusetts Afterschool Partnership, for a discussion about the challenges and solutions pertaining to the problem of crime in Massachusetts.
Their general consensus is that it takes the cooperation of the entire community to fight and prevent crime. Particular crime reduction tactics being suggested include reform of gun control laws; efforts to improve relations between the community and the police; the need for and progress made by afterschool programs in reducing youth violence; and efforts being made to reduce gang violence.
Capitol Perspective is taped at the Emerson College television studios and airs on public access cable stations across the state.
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