Episode 100! Biden’s Juvenile Justice Agenda with Liz Ryan
On our 100th episode of The Imprint Weekly Podcast, we discuss a raft of new youth-related legislation introduced by Congress, moving teens to one of America’s largest adult prisons, and a new investment in adoption training.
Liz Ryan, administrator of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, joins us to discuss the Biden administration’s priorities for juvenile justice.
A Federal Bill Could Boost Funds for Home Visiting Program for Parents
Runaway and Homeless Youth and Trafficking Prevention Act of 2022, Section-by-Section
Strengthening Tribal Families Act of 2022
Federal Judge Allows Louisiana to Move Incarcerated Teens to Angola
Decarceration Advocate Liz Ryan to Lead Juvenile Justice for Biden Administration
Nation’s Top Juvenile Justice Official Disputes ‘Youth Crime Wave’ Narrative