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Seattle is a vibrant and complex city, and the Seattle Channel's City Inside/Out with Brian Callanan brings you thoughtful, in-depth reports and discussions about important local issues every week.

Brian Callanan is a five-time Emmy winner who currently serves as a host, producer, and moderator for the Seattle Channel, where he's worked since 2011. His career in broadcast journalism began in 1995, and includes an 11-year stint as a reporter and anchor for Q13 News. Brian won the Seattle Municipal League's Civic Award for Government News Reporting in 2016. He lives with his wife and two daughters in West Seattle.

City Inside/Out: Youth Jail
City Inside/Out: Youth Jail
5/11/201838:30

POLL: Do you want a new youth jail in Seattle?

It's been six years since voters approved replacing Seattle's aging youth detention facility, but it's not a done deal. Opponents are ramping up efforts to stop its construction. What is King County doing to lower youth incarceration rates? Are alternative sentencing measures working? Can there be a compromise over the new Children and Family Justice Center in the Central District?
 
Guests: 
Senait Brown, co-chair, EPIC
Paul Holland, law professor, Seattle University
Jimmy Hung, King County deputy prosecutor
Saroeum Phoung, peace circles advocate
Alex Brott, European Dissent
Dominique Davis, founder, Community Passageways
Pamela Jones, director, King County Juvenile Division
Judge J. Wesley Saint Clair, chief juvenile justice, King County Superior Court

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