Report: As California Closes Juvenile Lockups, Counties Fail to Support Intended Rehabilitation
Arizona Passes Bill to Shield More Juveniles from Transfer to Adult Court
Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey (R) signed a bill that would enable the state’s juvenile justice system to hold older youths until age 19, a move that advocates hope will lower the number of teens transferred into adult court.
Pay-for-Success Watch: Youth Advocate Programs Enters the PFS Fray
Youth Services Insider has learned that Youth Advocate Programs (YAP), one of the few national providers of community-based programs for juvenile offenders, has entered into its first pay-for-success (PFS) venture. The Harrisburg, Penn.-based
Juvenile Justice Conference Week: Running Diary
In case ya missed it, Youth Services Insider spent last week traversing the country to hit both of the major national juvenile justice conferences. First was the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s JDAI Inter-Site conference in Phoenix; second was the National Partnership for Juvenile Services (NPJS) National Symposium in Pittsburgh.