Free Issue of Juvenile and Family Court Journal This Month
The National Council on Juvenile and Family Court Judges, the Reno, Nevada-based national membership group for dependency court professionals, has made the March issue of Juvenile and Family Court Journal, its peer-reviewed publication, free of charge for anyone who wants to access it online.
As Juvenile Arrests Plummet, California Still Investing in Incarceration Facilities
Note: This story was updated on July 23 to reflect the correct job title of a source. Despite California’s steep decline in juvenile crime and incarceration rates, the state is spending millions of dollars helping counties finance the renovation and expansion of juvenile halls and camps.
Gender-Responsive Probation for Girls? Numbers Don’t Support It So Far
In October, The Imprint covered a briefing by advocates for girls in the juvenile justice system for Congressional staffers, where a report was released on the subject by the Georgetown Center on Poverty Inequality and Public Policy.