Police Official Says Game Helps Officers Make Inroads Among Youth

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Photo courtesy of the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department of Public Safety

An Indianapolis police officer and a young person engage in Juvenile Justice Jeopardy at the department's inaugural kickoff of the game at the Ransburg YMCA in Indianapolis.

When Indianapolis assistant police chief James Waters approached local business owners about providing financial support for “Juvenile Justice Jeopardy,” an interactive game that teaches young people about the law and how to interact with police, he didn’t have to do much convincing . . .

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