Several Park Ridge teens were arrested last week after police say they committed criminal acts that were shared on a social media messaging app. A year-old boy was taken into custody on the night of Aug. According to police, officers responded to a parking lot behind Subway, 33 S. Prospect Ave. The officers recognized the boy in the video from prior contacts police had with him and were able to locate him nearby, Gadomski said. The boy was wearing the same clothing that he was wearing in the video, Gadomski said.
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Black and Latino teen boys stopped by the police report more frequent engagement in delinquent behavior from that point on, according to a new study. These consequences warrant urgent attention from social scientists and policymakers. The more often a boy was stopped by the police, the more frequent his engagement with criminal behavior was. A recent review of research demonstrates that proactive policing is associated with reduced crime, however, the same research also acknowledges that proactive policing can negatively affect the public legitimacy of law enforcement and even push people to avoid law-related officials altogether. The research also ignores the potentially negative effects of proactive policing on racial disparities or youth criminality.