THIS WEEK IN JUVENILE JUSTICE: After Raid, Community Asks: What’s Next?
During the first Community Council meeting since the June 3 raid of the Manhattanville and Grant Houses — the largest in the NYPD’s history — law enforcement revealed details Tuesday night about the raid and laid out for the precinct’s bewildered residents law enforcement’s plan in the wake of the arrests.Continue Reading →
|Coalition for Juvenile Justice Conference Featured Listenbee, Others
Robert Listenbee, administrator of the OJJDP delivered the conference’s keynote address.
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A mentor discusses the challenges and joys of growing and learning alongside her mentee.
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