Georgia legislators found the money this year to tighten security and respond quickly to emergencies at the state’s juvenile detention centers. They also declared cellphones and other telecommunications devices in juvenile prisons to be contraband. But they couldn’t find the money to pass juvenile justice reform, because Gov. Nathan Deal and others said they weren’t sure how much it would cost. So the five-year effort to overhaul Georgia’s aging juvenile code will become a six-year campaign when the Legislature reconvenes in 2013. At the 11th hour, though, one provision of the proposed code rewrite was tacked onto the contraband bill and passed Thursday by both chambers.