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A mock criminal trial at the Old Bailey with teenagers playing the key roles (pt 1/6)
A mock criminal trial at the Old Bailey with teenagers playing the key roles (pt 1/6)

Duration: 10:22

A criminal case is introduced with the teenage barristers, their expert mentors, the judge, jury and courtroom. We hear the prosecution’s opening statement and are introduced to the main players.

 
A mock criminal trial at the Old Bailey with teenagers playing the key roles (pt 2/6)
A mock criminal trial at the Old Bailey with teenagers playing the key roles (pt 2/6)

Duration: 12:05

The victim of the criminal case, Farley Joseph, gives her testimony and is cross examined. The crime is reconstructed and expert interviews are shown.

 
A mock criminal trial at the Old Bailey with teenagers playing the key roles (pt 3/6)
A mock criminal trial at the Old Bailey with teenagers playing the key roles (pt 3/6)

Duration: 11:34

The criminal case continues with the second prosecution witness. There are interviews with a court artist, forensic scientist and a court reporter along with a discussion of contempt of court.

 
A mock criminal trial at the Old Bailey with teenagers playing the key roles (pt 4/6)
A mock criminal trial at the Old Bailey with teenagers playing the key roles (pt 4/6)

Duration: 09:25

The judge in this criminal case introduces the 'innocent until proven guilty' concept and the defendant, Jo Sayles, is cross-examined.

 
A mock criminal trial at the Old Bailey with teenagers playing the key roles (pt 5/6)
A mock criminal trial at the Old Bailey with teenagers playing the key roles (pt 5/6)

Duration: 12:25

Defence witness Bobby Forwood is cross-examined, the expert barristers comment on everyone's performance and the young barristers give their closing statements.

 
A mock criminal trial at the Old Bailey with teenagers playing the key roles (pt 6/6)
A mock criminal trial at the Old Bailey with teenagers playing the key roles (pt 6/6)

Duration: 12:27

The judge carries out her summing up and the jury are sent from court to make their decision. The defendant, Jo Sales, is found not guilty. The participants comment on their own and each other's performance. The process is concluded.

 
Alternative punishments
Alternative punishments

Duration: 00:38

What are the alternatives to custodial sentences?

 
Bereaved by a terrorist bomb attack (audio)
Bereaved by a terrorist bomb attack (audio)

Duration: 09:00

Timothy Knatchbull remembers the day he lost his brother and grandfather in a terrorist bomb attack.

 
Cannabis: abusers
Cannabis: abusers

Duration: 03:04

The experiences of ex-cannabis users talking openly about their reasons for using the drug and the harmful consequences for them.

 
Cannabis: anti-legalisation
Cannabis: anti-legalisation

Duration: 05:03

A range of arguments against legalising cannabis.

 
Cannabis: pro-legalisation
Cannabis: pro-legalisation

Duration: 04:09

A range of arguments in favour of legalising cannabis.

 
Cannabis: users
Cannabis: users

Duration: 02:38

The experiences of a range of cannabis users talking openly about their reasons for using the drug.

 
Crime and consequences (pt 1/4)
Crime and consequences (pt 1/4)

Duration: 04:36

Extract from the drama Pig Boy. A teenage boy is sent to Feltham Young Offenders Institute and learns what life is like behind bars.

 
Crime and consequences (pt 2/4)
Crime and consequences (pt 2/4)

Duration: 05:00

Extract from the drama Pig Boy. Teenage Danny has difficulty coping with life in the young offenders unit where problems and tragedy surround him.

 
Crime and consequences (pt 3/4)
Crime and consequences (pt 3/4)

Duration: 03:17

Extract from the drama Pig Boy. Teenager Danny, incarcerated in a young offenders unit, is offered more responsibility but has to make a difficult choice about helping the bullies or doing the right thing.

 
Crime and consequences (pt 4/4)
Crime and consequences (pt 4/4)

Duration: 01:48

Extract from the drama Pig Boy. Teenager Danny, incarcerated in a young offenders unit, stands up to the prison bullies and does what he thinks is right.

 
Functions of the police
Functions of the police

Duration: 00:52

What are the functions of the police?

 
Identity theft reconstruction
Identity theft reconstruction

Duration: 06:03

Dramatic reconstruction of a confidence fraudster who befriends women in order to steal their identity and use their credit cards.

 
Joint Enterprise: am I a murderer? (pt 3/3)
Joint Enterprise: am I a murderer? (pt 3/3)

Duration: 03:18

Panorama reporter Richard Bilton meets Kenneth 'Kaspa' Alexander, who was convicted of the murder of Michael Campbell in West London in 2005. Kaspa did not stab Campbell, he did not even carry a knife, but he was part of the gang involved in the street fight.

 
Joint Enterprise: the  mother's viewpoint (pt 2/3)
Joint Enterprise: the mother's viewpoint (pt 2/3)

Duration: 00:19

The mother of Tyrone Clark, a teenager stabbed to death in Leeds, tells Panorama about the message that Joint Enterprise sends to young people about the company they keep.

 
Joint Enterprise: who is guilty?  (pt 1/3)
Joint Enterprise: who is guilty? (pt 1/3)

Duration: 02:49

Who can be held responsible for a murder?

 
Preventing children becoming young offenders
Preventing children becoming young offenders

Duration: 02:07

Methods used to prevent children becoming young offenders.

 
Reporting a crime
Reporting a crime

Duration: 01:41

What happens when a crime is reported and what is the role of the police?

 
Restorative justice: the meeting
Restorative justice: the meeting

Duration: 07:47

A restorative justice meeting in which criminal and victim meet face to face to discuss the consequences of the crime.

 
Restorative justice: the offender's story
Restorative justice: the offender's story

Duration: 05:04

The description of a crime from the offender's point of view.

 
Restorative justice: the police story
Restorative justice: the police story

Duration: 05:57

The description of a crime from the point of view of the police.

 
Restorative justice: the victim's story
Restorative justice: the victim's story

Duration: 05:20

The description of a crime from the victim's point of view.

 
Should juveniles be punished?
Should juveniles be punished?

Duration: 02:10

Finland has only three young offenders behind bars because it believes in education for youths that commit crimes, rather than prison.

 
The 2011 UK Riots - the rioters' stories
The 2011 UK Riots - the rioters' stories

Duration: 02:33

Revisiting the riots of 2011 through the accounts of the young people involved.

 
The causes and effects of knife crime
The causes and effects of knife crime

Duration: 02:12

Young people discuss reasons why some people carry knives, the consequences and solutions

 
What are the challenges facing the police?
What are the challenges facing the police?

Duration: 00:41

A look at community police officers in Scotland.

 
What is restorative justice?
What is restorative justice?

Duration: 01:31

The principle of restorative justice is described.

 

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