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|Baltimore’s Newly Approved Youth Curfew among Strictest in NationTo its detractors, the curfew represents “virtual house arrest” and a potential tool of repression in low-income neighborhoods.||Is Your State Collecting Data on Juvenile Recidivism?
The data is crucial to understanding the type of treatment programs needed, yet not all states are collecting it.
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OP-ED: ‘Kids-for-Cash’ Documentary a Reminder of Continuing Problems in Juvenile Justice Systems
“Kids for Cash” is an eye-opening and heart-wrenching portrayal of juvenile “justice” through the eyes of a child.
Child Sex Trafficking Taking a Toll Across Georgia, Officials Say
Though Georgia has made strides in attacking sex trafficking violations across the state, there is still plenty of work to do, beginning with educating the public on the issue.
OP-ED: The Truth About Delinquency Prevention
Living in poverty is devastating for children in many ways, especially the impact of poverty on their education.
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