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Probation Must Be Reformed Nationwide By Focusing on Incentives

Probation Must Be Reformed Nationwide By Focusing on Incentives

With close to half of delinquency cases resulting in probation, it is the most common disposition a juvenile can receive. Appropriately, probation is now the focus of a recent report by juvenile justice advocates. The report uses a resolution passed by the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges in 2017 to “advocate for empirically supported juvenile probation reform nationwide” and provides jurisdictions with practical suggestions on how to revise policies so that more young people can be successful on probation.

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A United Vision for a World Without Youth Prisons

A United Vision for a World Without Youth Prisons

The U.S. Has Been Silencing Black Girls’ Voices for Decades

The U.S. Has Been Silencing Black Girls’ Voices for Decades