Press Coverage

8/14/17
Dr. Ted Corbin sought to address the gap between the physical and psychological treatment of victims of violence. Now five area hospitals have adopted his innovative trauma care model, Healing Hurt People.
8/9/17
Danielle Sered is interviewed on NPR's The Takeaway about Common Justice, a project of the VERA Institute that helps find alternatives to incarceration with victims of violence by facilitating face-to-face conversations and encouraging accountability.
8/1/17
Stoneleigh Fellow Kevin Bethel shares how his life experiences shaped his perspectives on juvenile justice and how police leadership and training can stop the criminalization of youth in America.
8/1/17
Large districts across the country, including Denver, Los Angeles and Philadelphia, are taking action to reduce the school-to-prison pipeline.
7/31/17
Seth Morones-Ramírez, 2017-2019 Stoneleigh Emerging Leader Fellow, grew up in and out of the foster-care system. At times, he was homeless: staying in a motel, car, group home or shelter or sleeping on the couches of kind-hearted friends.
3/31/17
Kevin Bethel didn’t become a police officer to lock up children. But it was under his watch as deputy police commissioner that Philadelphia’s school-to-prison pipeline was in full effect. Now retired, Bethel is on a mission to keep children out of prison, with a police-led school diversion program that is showing impressive results.
3/20/17
For some of the kids who attend PADMC’s forum program, it’s the first time that they’ve ever had a single positive interaction with a police officer.
2/24/17
A new NBC national series seeks to dive deeper into school policing. As part of the series, NBC10 interviewed Kevin Bethel about his work on the Philadelphia Police School Diversion Progam and how it is changing the narrative on school discipline in Philadelphia schools.
9/26/16
A Philadelphia Inquirer article, published September 26, documents Kevin Bethel's leadership on the Philadelphia Police School Diversion Progam during his time as a Deputy Police Commissioner and now as a Stoneleigh Fellow. The article also features the work of Stoneleigh Fellow Naomi Goldstein, who is conducting a rigorous evaluation of the Diversion Program's implementation and impact.