Law enforcement in Ingham County have a place away from the hard chairs and tables of a police interrogation room, where they can interview children after they've been victims of a crime. Often those crimes are sexual in nature. So to limit the number of times they have to retell their story, detectives, prosecutors, counselors all can listen as a professional interviewer talks to the child about it. It happens at a child-friendly place called the Small Talk Children's Assessment Center. But Small Talk is a little too small. Monday at six on News 10, we'll tell you what the county is trying to do and how successful it's been elsewhere.