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YAPA "Risky Business" Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Moderator | Olivia Song
34:25
Welcome everyone! Please make sure to rename yourselves as the name that you signed up with! As an icebreaker, please put your name and an activity that you like to do with your family/friends in the chat!
Moderator | Olivia Song
35:18
Welcome everyone! Please make sure to rename yourselves as the name that you signed up with! As an icebreaker, please put your name and an activity that you like to do with your family/friends in the chat! We will begin momentarily!
Yan.ji
37:43
Hi there, I am Yan and I have two kids, 16 and 11. I am interested in learning more about Juvenile justice system and ways to how to protect our kids better from cyber crime.
Yan.ji
37:46
THank you so much to Richard and Nadia for spending time to share with us your valuable experience, and thank you so much for moderators and organizers from Yapa!
Moderator | Olivia Song
37:51
yapadvocates.org
Moderator | Olivia Song
38:17
If you want to introduce yourselves go ahead and type down your name and fav activity to do with your family/friends
Moderator | Maggie Dong
39:02
YAPA Website: yapadvocates.org
Moderator | Olivia Song
42:38
After Nadia finishes her presentation, you can type in your questions in the chat! We will be asking them to her!
Moderator | Olivia Song
46:04
HI! To those just coming in, Nadia is presenting! If you want to introduce yourselves go ahead and type in your name/fav activity to do with your friends/family! We will be having a short q&s for her after she finishes :)
Moderator | Olivia Song
50:28
HI! To those just coming in, Nadia is presenting! If you want to introduce yourselves go ahead and type in your name/fav activity to do with your friends/family! We will be having a short q&s for her after she finishes :)
Moderator | Olivia Song
52:11
Short Q&A :)
Liang Chao - YAPA
57:45
Question: Definitely, we have to fix the problems in JJ system so that it is focused on education, rather than punishment.But one reason the juvenile got into trouble probably because of their home environment or gang members or peer pressure that pushed them into committing crimes.If we put them back to the same environment that failed them before, wouldn't it be even harder to help them?
Moderator | Olivia Song
01:00:42
Thank you Nadia for that wonderful presentation! Now we have a 10 minute Q&A for her so if anyone has any questions for her, please feel free to put it in the chat and I will say the question aloud!
Liang Chao - YAPA
01:03:56
Maybe not JJ prison. But a school with teachers and psychologists.
Liang Chao - YAPA
01:04:36
Maybe not JJ prison. But a boarding school with teachers and psychologists.
Yan.ji
01:08:14
With more public attention favoring the reform of police system, do you see if this would bring some positive changes to the juvenile system?
Liang Chao - YAPA
01:10:14
In California, the state has decided to close all Juvenile prison: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/california-youth-justice-advocates-applaud-historic-step-towards-ending-youth-incarceration-301124690.htmlThey have stopped admitted more people into the JJ prison."Decades of Abuse at California’s DJJ Will End in 2023" http://www.cjcj.org/news/13081#:~:text=Beginning%20on%20July%201%2C%202021,rampant%20violence%2C%20and%20appalling%20abuses.
Moderator | Olivia Song
01:21:51
Website: www.juvenilejusticeonline.org
Moderator | Olivia Song
01:22:13
Nadia’s website: www.jlc.org
Eleanor Yick
01:39:30
PPT slides are very fuzzy!
Moderator | Olivia Song
01:41:30
We will be sending all the resources/ppt in a recap email!
Sophia Kao
01:42:41
If you have not registered for this event, please complete the registration form so we may send you follow-up info including links/resources our speakers referred to after the webinar. tinyurl.com/riskybusinessrsvp
Sophia Kao
01:42:52
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeOgrW5XqG3yMa_twwtwEn2Gmp1pPfNRAHTe99mOV0Swobohw/viewform
Erin Wang
01:44:54
If you have any questions make sure to start typing them in the chat and we’ll say them out loud!
Moderator | Maggie Dong
01:45:02
RickWistocki@BeSureConsulting.com
Liang Chao - YAPA
01:46:56
Whether California has SRO law for certification?This page shows relevant laws in all states: https://safesupportivelearning.ed.gov/discipline-compendium/choose-state/results?field_sub_category_value=Certification+or+training
Sophia Kao-YAPA Advisor
01:47:24
childhood 2.0 https://www.childhood2movie.com/
Sophia Kao-YAPA Advisor
01:47:53
Social Media Dangers Documentary - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=He3IJJhFy-I&ab_channel=Bark
Eleanor Yick
01:48:13
Schools could train their own staff to work with a local program that provides division options rather than having an armed police officer on campus. Too often, in my career, I saw police officers dealing with discipline issues that the school should deal with…. not a police officer.
Liang Chao - YAPA
01:52:35
What about another staff person who goes through similar training as SRO officiers get? What's the pros and cons of having a police officer versus a counselor?
Eleanor Yick
01:54:01
These programs are also very expensive on both organizations! School District money should be spent on additional, well trained counselors, etc., rather then introducing a police presence on campus. Police should only be on campus - called to the school - in an emergency, criminal situation.
Moderator | Olivia Song
01:54:36
We will be ending the Q&A after this question, but we will be sending a recap email with everything that was sent in the chat including links, ppts!
Richard Wistocki
01:57:41
www.cyberparenting-101.com
Yan.ji
01:57:47
thank you so much Nadia and Richard!
Alyssa Yao
01:58:33
Thank you Richard and Nadia!
Eleanor Yick
01:59:19
Great presentation - very informative.
Moderator | Olivia Song
01:59:59
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1d4OMSKz5d0d_9C7RoL0y4bvVenfzxmw0pQHFZgDlVPI/edit
Moderator | Maggie Dong
02:01:12
Instagram: @yapadvocatesFacebook: Young American Policy AdvocatesTiktok: @yapadvocates
Moderator | Maggie Dong
02:01:17
Speakers’ Contact Information:Nadia Mozaffar: nmozaffar@jlc.org (www.jlc.org)Richard Wistocki: richwistocki@besureconsulting.com (www.juvenilejustice.org, www.besureconsulting.com)