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States' Innovations in Juvenile Justice: Investing in Better Outcomes for Youth
In this livestream, U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) hosts a panel discussion entitled States' Innovations in Juvenile Justice: Investing in Better Outcom...
State Successes in Juvenile Justice: Ohio, Texas & Connecticut | SparkAction
“This is one of the most exciting times that I’ve experienced in juvenile justice.” - Sen. Murphy (D-Conn.) It’s not easy to find feel-good stories about juvenile justice.
Amid Widespread Inaction on Evidence-Based Care for Troubled and Delinquent Youth, a Few States Get it Right
In a pair of feature stories published yesterday, (on Georgia's reform efforts and issues and two young men in the system) JJIE described two modes of intensive at-home treatment that show great promise to improve outcomes for emotionally...