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“The philosophy of having those people who are most affected by the system at the forefront of the solution is really important because it’s these individuals that understand the challenges that their family members and perhaps themselves face on a regular basis,” Kate McCracken, director of policy and development at the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice said. “Having that input – how programs are shaped, how policy is shaped—is essential to creating something that is useful in the future.”
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