Los Angeles County Relief Administration (LACRA) work with Sheriff's probation officers in enlisting youth for work during the Great Depression in the United States. A juvenile offender undergoes interview with probation officers. Young men work at the Juvenile Delinquency Prevention Camp near San Bernardino, California, digging into rock and gravel and dirt piles as they build new roads. Boy workers seated at a table eat food. They are shown seated receiving school lectures, and playing baseball and boxing. The American flag is lowered outside the camp barracks (operating similar to a CCC or Civilian Conservation Corps camp).
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