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Back on Track, Smart on Crime

YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia, Video, Min Lee and Ann Bassette Posted: Dec 04, 2009

Editor's Note -- San Francisco District Attorney Kamala Harris's innovative program for first time drug offenders -- Back on Track -- puts her 'Smart on Crime' ethos to work. Min Lee and Ann Bassette are Executive Producers at YO!TV.



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New America Media/YO! Youth Outlook Multimedia partners with the San Francisco District Attorney's office in the 'Changing the Odds' and "Back on Track' programs.

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