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“A growing number of juvenile justice experts are suggesting a new, potentially more effective approach to reducing recidivism: first identify a yo
“This report examines Pew’s findings on state prison health care spending and explores the factors driving costs higher.
"Under the landmark 1976 Estelle v. Gamble decision, the U.S.
"To understand to what extent states currently track recidivism data for youth involved in the juvenile justice system and use that information to
"Under increasing pressure to demonstrate effectiveness and do more with less, many governments are expanding their use of evidence-based programs-
“In the past decade, the Supreme Court has transformed the constitutional landscape of juvenile crime regulation.