Arrested Futures Press Coverage

Advocates find three cities overuse arrests at schools
Boston Globe, May 2, 2012

Study: Springfield students arrested at much higher rate than in Boston, Worcester 
The Republican, May 2, 2012

Policing in schools reviewed by ACLU: Charging the very young questioned
Worcester Telegram, May 2, 2012 

Study: Springfield Tops List for School Arrests
WGGB-ABC4, May 2, 2012 

New study on arrests in Spfld. Schools
WWLP22 News, May 2, 2012

School Discipline Has Become a Criminal Matter, Says ACLU
Reason, May 2, 2012

In schools with hammers, guess what kids become 
Boston Globe On Liberty, May 2, 2012

Report: School Arrests High For Low-Grade Offenses 
New England Public Radio, May 2, 2012

Arrestos de Estudiantes minoritarios (Minority Student Arrests)
WUNI TV Boston, May 2, 2012

Springfield Students Arrested More Than Those In Boston, Worcester
WGGB-ABC4, May 2, 2012

Springfield school-based arrests: Report:Spfld has highest student arrest rate in MA
WWLP22 News, May 2, 2012 

Springfield disputes report saying city arresting too many students at schools
Boston Globe, May 2, 2012

ACLU reports high number of student arrests in Springfield
WSFB - Channel 3, May 2, 2012

Study: Mass. School Police Arresting Students For Routine Disciplinary Problems
WBUR Radio Boston, May 7, 2012

Op-ed: Arrests in schools unnecessary, costly
The Republican, May 7, 2012

Arrests in schools disproportionate and detrimental, study shows 
League of Education Voters, May 9, 2012

Policing the public schools creates new problems
Bay State Banner, May 9, 2012

Student arrests sign of bigger problem
The Republican, May 14, 2012

Disruptive Behavior Sends Students to Court Instead of Principal’s Office
Reclaiming Futures blog, May 15, 2012

NAACP upset over report on student arrests in Springfield schools; Group says they want “community conversation”
WWLP22 News, May 15, 2012

Springfield NAACP president Talbert Swan II calls for action on school arrest report
The Republican, May 16, 2012

Op-ed: Viewpoint: Springfield schools need reform, not excuses
The Republican, May 20, 2012

Disabled — and handcuffed at school
Salon, May 22, 2012

Police Handcuffing 7-Year-Olds? The Brutality Unleashed on Kids With Disabilities in Our School Systems
Alternet, May 22, 2012

Between the Lines: Beyond the Principal’s Office – a civil-rights group calls on Springfield to address its “school-to-prison pipeline.”
The Valley Advocate, May 24, 2012