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Funders Help Turn the Tide for Juvenile Justice Reform
A new precedent was set recently when Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy announced a plan to establish 20 as the age of jurisdiction for the state’s juvenile justice system. This would make Connecticut the first state to presumptively include anyone over 18 in the juvenile justice system.
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Q&A: Bart Lubow Talks Casey Reforms, Problems with the OJJDP Agenda
A policy brief released earlier this week by the Annie E. Casey Foundation highlighted the steady decline in juvenile commitments to any type of secure facility. As The Imprint reported the next day, the decline is fueled by a massive drop in state facility placements in nine states.