Officer Teresa Orr with the Jacksonville Police Department speaks with a driver at a checkpoint in Jacksonville, N.C. Efforts to prevent deadly encounters between police officers and motorists, young, black males in particular, have lawmakers across the country considering ways to teach teenagers how to react if stopped by police.
Officer Teresa Orr with the Jacksonville Police Department speaks with a driver at a checkpoint in Jacksonville, N.C. Efforts to prevent deadly encounters between police officers and motorists, young, black males in particular, have lawmakers across the country considering ways to teach teenagers how to react if stopped by police. Tina Brooks AP
Officer Teresa Orr with the Jacksonville Police Department speaks with a driver at a checkpoint in Jacksonville, N.C. Efforts to prevent deadly encounters between police officers and motorists, young, black males in particular, have lawmakers across the country considering ways to teach teenagers how to react if stopped by police. Tina Brooks AP

Will your teen know what to do when pulled over by police?

March 05, 2017 06:25 PM