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In this Feb. 27, 2014 photo, Detroit Police Officer Monica Evans, foreground left, holds a class that teaches anger management and conflict resolution skills at Cody High School in Detroit. A new Police Department program - the Children in Trauma Intervention Camp, offers the students an alternative to expulsion in the form of training and counseling from police officers and other adult mentors. (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

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In this Feb. 27, 2014 photo, police officer Melvin Chuney, left, and student Jalen Pickett, speak during a class that teaches anger management and conflict resolution skills at Cody High School in Detroit. Jalen said he was neglected by both parents and now lives with a cousin, though he's determined to help out his mother financially. "I fought - but that's like every boy," he said. "I have a clean record, I've never been locked up ... I never give up hope." (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)

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In this Feb. 27, 2014 photo, student Jalen Pickett, talks during a class that teaches anger management and conflict resolution skills at Cody High School in Detroit. Jalen, now a diligent student with aspirations to be a defense lawyer, had an inauspicious start to high school. His fighting earned him a spot in the new police department program - the Children in Trauma Intervention Camp which gives students an alternative to expulsion in the form of training and counseling from police officers and other adult mentors. "If Detroit can change, it's up to the youth to do it," Jalen says. "I feel Detroit can come back. And if I do go away to college, I plan on coming back here and giving back to Detroit." (AP Photo/Carlos Osorio)