Cops And Ex-Felons Seek To Find Common Ground

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  • Published on:  Sunday, December 17, 2017
  • Want to be in the next season of Middle Ground? Fill out our casting form: officers and ex-felons came together to see if they could understand each other. Participants included retired law enforcement officers and people who have served over 10 years in prison. SUBSCRIBE for more! 👉 👈Follow us on INSTAGRAM:| ABOUT |Jubilee exists to bridge people together and inspire love through compelling stories. We create shareable human-centric videos that create connection, challenge assumptions, and touch the soul.Ultimately, we aim to inspire people to LIVE GREATER.| SOCIAL |Jubilee Facebook: Twitter: Instagram: website: https://www.jubileemedia.comJubilee MERCH: https://www.jubileegear.comThis is Middle Ground. If you'd like to be in future Middle Ground episodes, fill out this form: us caption & translate this video!
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  • akx


     3 months ago +6530

    The cop in suit seems like he was there to collect evidence. lol

  • Otakugasm


     3 months ago +3426

    So... you tease us with the first 10 seconds but don’t show that he said that. Once again, the reason I haven’t subscribed is because I would like the UNCUT VERSION OF THE VIDEOS. No filter no edits.

  • Priscilla Cedeño

    Priscilla Cedeño

     3 months ago +3605

    “how come police aren’t policing police”
    that is a fire statement.

  • Z H

    Z H

     4 months ago +2800


  • Slumped


     a years ago +10669

    The dude with the dreads came into this knowing he was not changing his mind.

  • T Michelle

    T Michelle

     4 months ago +2622

    Unfortunately, Prison is made for PUNISHMENT, not rehabilitation 😔

  • Dr. Football

    Dr. Football

     5 months ago +1983

    Is this the full verision? Because what they showed in the beginning 0:00-0:10 was never shown.

  • SpicyFruit


     2 months ago +904

    Can you do one on Judges and Felons? Judges are the ones who decide on sentencing.

  • Kai Decker

    Kai Decker

     4 months ago +1707

    Last year, I was told to write an essay on a social issue of my choice. I asked my teacher if I could write about the problems in the prison system, specifically the lack of rehabilitation available. She told me to my face that it wasn't a real problem, even after explaining to her that I'm the child of 2 ex cons. She, a person with no history or experience with the criminal justice system, told me that she knew the system better than both me and my parents.

  • Drudley


     6 months ago +6683

    That asian guy that wanted to protect his family had good points.

  • Madysyne Long

    Madysyne Long

     3 months ago +533

    Please do pro Gun vs anti gun .🙏🙏

  • Amy Tovar

    Amy Tovar

     4 months ago +730

    the cops were about to act like they've never done anything illegal before lol
    it ok we're all human that make mistakes ukno no biggie. we're not saints

  • montana carpenter

    montana carpenter

     4 months ago +614

    The cop seemed like a good dude and I think they needed to give him a tad more credit for his non judgement and willingness to just listen and trying to understand even, when people kept shooting his thoughts down.

  • Eric Toro

    Eric Toro

     4 months ago +223

    Y’all should make cops go undercover and go into prison as an inmate and see how other cops treat them 😂

  • Frito Gringo

    Frito Gringo

     8 months ago +3332

    I like how the guy who served the least time in jail is the most radical

  • Michelle Elle

    Michelle Elle

     3 months ago +392

    It should de “Prison Guards and Ex-felons” not Cops.
    They were complaining about the justice system and how they were treated inside. That has nothing to do with the cops. Sure cops are the ones that make the arrest but they don’t decide your sentence or how you’ll be treated inside bars.

  • JV Hunt

    JV Hunt

     6 months ago +284

    I agree with that one guy saying the same crime should have the same time. Consistency. No politics

  • Elizabeth Merritt

    Elizabeth Merritt

     2 months ago +188

    4:27 “there’s no consistency in the system”
    5:14 “if you’re from a wealthier family, you’re easier to get off the hook”
    6:22 “at the end of the day... there’s not money in rehabilitation man, there’s money in recidivism”

  • Gendeng Raven

    Gendeng Raven

     2 months ago +171

    Thats the only pet peeves abt this series

  • Prakhar Gupta

    Prakhar Gupta

     6 months ago +274

    The Asian dude in the black tee was damn relatable and was a 100% right about his things and even tho the active officer was right and a lot of cops are they just tend to be douche and forget that there is a huge difference between ideality and practicality