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Juvenile crime drops to record low in California
Juvenile crime drops to record low in California KPCC, October 31, 2012
What a Drop in Youth Crime Says About Curfews and Boot Camps: Nothing Good
What a Drop in Youth Crime Says About Curfews and Boot Camps: Nothing Good Take Part, October 30, 2012
Positive youth justice: investing in California's strengths
There is a shift taking place in the landscape of California's juvenile justice system.  In an effort to move away from a punitive model which has historically framed youth involved in the…
New Data Shows California Youth Crime At Record Low
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 26, 2012 San Francisco, CA: After a record plunge in youth crime, fewer youths were arrested in California last year than at any time since 1957, when California had…
Texas juvenile justice community solutions
Texas continues to break new ground with pioneering county-based solutions to serving justice-involved youth.  In addition to the promising state-level reforms CJCJ blogged on last week, a new…
Making Sense of California Youth Sentences
Making Sense of California Youth Sentences Youth Radio, October 18, 2012
Making Sense of California Youth Sentences
Making Sense of California Youth Sentences Huffington Post, October 19, 2012
Texas juvenile justice reforms highlight California's shortcomings
A new report shows that Texas has proceeded on a similar track as California in its statewide efforts to reform its juvenile justice systems yet with superior results, specifically in the state's…
Longer sentences for youth do not improve public safety
Pathways to Desistance , a study of serious youth offenders, finds that long institutional commitments do not reduce recidivism and in fact can have the opposite effect.  The study follows over…
Council Turns Against Curfews
Council Turns Against Curfews Jackson Free Press, October 11, 2012
Meaningful mental health outcomes for youth
In the last sixteen years, California's counties have assumed an increased responsibility for the state's justice involved youth.  The Governor and independent policy organizations such as the…
California Youth Crime Plunges to All-Time Low
California Youth Crime Plunges to All-Time Low
Why Juvenile Justice Systems Need Local Data
Why Juvenile Justice Systems Need Local Data Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, September 18, 2012
Gateway Program provides positive path for San Bernardino County juvenile offenders
Gateway Program provides positive path for San Bernardino County juvenile offenders Redlands Daily Facts, August 26, 2012
Federal officials with anti-violence forum see big changes in Salinas
Federal officials with anti-violence forum see big changes in Salinas Monterey County Herald, August 15, 2012
Why a Curfew in Oakland Is Still a Bad Idea
Why a Curfew in Oakland Is Still a Bad Idea East Bay Express, August 16, 2012
Oakland police chief pushing for youth curfew
Oakland police chief pushing for youth curfew ABC7 News, August 3, 2012
National leadership, national models for juvenile justice reform
Last Thursday, Los Angeles City Councilman Tony Cárdenas traveled to San Francisco to meet leading juvenile justice policy experts from Northern California at the San Francisco State University…
Still, a Promise of Reform for California's Juvenile Justice System
Still, a Promise of Reform for California's Juvenile Justice System Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, August 2, 2012
Curfew an ineffective distraction from real solutions
Curfew an ineffective distraction from real solutions Connecticut Post, July 25, 2012
Juvenile justice policy roundtable in San Francisco
Today CJCJ hosted a group of policy advocates, foundations, and LA City Councilman Tony Cárdenas for a roundtable discussion on state and federal juvenile justice reforms.  Councilman Cárdenas has a…
Lilburn latest city to add curfew for juveniles
Lilburn latest city to add curfew for juveniles Atlanta Journal-Constitution, July 22, 2012
National leaders in youth justice reform
The nation has come along way in juvenile justice reform.  John Jay College in New York recently released a new report that details the various juvenile justice reform efforts undertaken by states…
For juveniles, justice is biased
For juveniles, justice is biased Politico, July 6, 2012
Legislature, Governor Brown Advance Historic Juvenile Justice Reforms
Legislature, Governor Brown Advance Historic Juvenile Justice Reforms California Progress Report, July 6, 2012

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