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Professional support in schools could help prevent teen crime

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Juvenile crime rates have dropped in Alachua county, but in neighboring Marion County a number of high-profile teen crimes have the community on guard. As WUFT’FM’s Paula Cunniffe reports, support is needed in schools to reach out to students and prevent teen violence and teen crimes.

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