This is the last bit of sky the teens will see before heading into San Bernardino County Jail for the day. If they're not careful, they'll find themselves spending the night there, too.
One of the first stops for the teens once they've changed into their uniforms for the day is the jail's housing tier.
Here, inmates speak frankly to Tia about where her online flirtation with older men could lead her.
Wicked has been in and out of San Bernardino for 25 years. She talks to the group about her experiences, and what she says hits home.
Wicked's warning to Tia about flirting with older men causes Tia to throw-up in the middle of the inmate talks. Here, Deputy Hernandez questions Tia, worried that she might secretly be pregnant.
Candice, another inmate in the facility, hopes desperately that her story will get through to the teens and convince them to change their ways.
The prospect of eating bologna sandwiches every single day does not sit well with the teens, who find it difficult to stomach their jail-prepared meals.
Alexandria is overcome with emotion after having to speak to her mother through glass like a prisoner.
17-year-old Ashley comes from a family with ties to gang life, and has a bad attitude from the moment she arrives at the program.
The deputies try everything they can to get her to shape up, but she continues to act like she's above it all.
If Deputy Lopez and the other officers can't get through to Ashley, they fear she will continue to live her gang banging lifestyle and end up in prison, or worse.