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Huffington Post Features IPSSJ Juvenile Justice Needs Assessment 06.04.15
Huffington Post Features IPSSJ Juvenile Justice Needs Assessment
06.04.15

 The Huffington Post wrote a feature about findings from the 2015 Juvenile Justice Needs Assessment, conducted by Adler University's Institute on Public Safety and Social Justice and Roosevelt University’s Mansfield Institute for Social Justice and Transformation.

Summarizing the findings, reporter Robert Koehler writes, "In other words, when kids start to go astray, the official reaction -- at a cost of multi-billions of dollars a year nationally -- is to push them further astray, intensifying the suffering of all involved, and, of course, wrecking whole communities."

Read Juvenile Justice and the War on Teens

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