Youth workshop gives tips for enhancing police encounters

    Don’t get into an argument, keep your hands in plain sight and don’t run.

    Those are among the “10 Rules of Survival When Stopped by the Police” presented to a group of young African American students and their parents Saturday.

    Yara Simon reports for NewsWorks about the program, which aims to keep interactions with police as respectful and incident-free as possible.

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