A Need for Correction: Reforming New York's Juvenile Justice System
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Dec. 15, 2009
ANNOTATION: This publication provides some insight into the need for reform in New York’s juvenile justice system. Contents include: Recommendations and Solutions; Where the Sick Get Sicker; Private Institutions, Public Costs; Admissions of Juvenile Delinquents and Juvenile Offenders to Institutions, 1998-2009; How New York’s Juvenile Justice System Works; Homes for Teens, Not Lock-Ups; Keeping It in the Family; On the Same Page—A Family Focused Approach; What the Alternatives Are; Snapshot of Juvenile Justice in NYC 2008; and Watching the Numbers—A Six-Year Statistical Survey.