Running Away Or Skipping School Could Get A Kid Locked Up. Now That's Changing

Running Away Or Skipping School Could Get A Kid Locked Up. Now That's Changing

In Kentucky, running away from home or constantly skipping school could get a kid locked up in a juvenile hall for days. Those acts, called status offenses, aren't serious crimes, but for years Kentucky and other states treated them as though they were.

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