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Governor now wants to keep juvenile lockups open
Governor now wants to keep juvenile lockups open San Francisco Chronicle, May 20, 2012
When Juvenile Crime Happens in San Diego

When Juvenile Crime Happens in San Diego Voice of San Diego, April 2, 2012

Correcting youth corrections in California
Correcting youth corrections in California KALW News, March 21, 2012
Hundreds of Kids Arrested on an Unproven Hunch

Hundreds of Kids Arrested on an Unproven Hunch Voice of San Diego, March 11, 2012

Daniel Macallair presents at SF's Youth-Police Commission hearing Mar. 7, 2012
The San Francisco Youth Commission and Police Commission are uniting on March 7, 2012 to hold a "Hearing on youth-police interactions."  The hearing will be held in City Hall, Board of Supervisors Legislative Chambers, Room 250 at 6:00 pm.  RSVP required. See attached flyer for more details. CJCJ Executive Director Daniel Macallair will discuss San Francisco's juvenile crime trends at the hearing.  His handouts can be found here: ~ San Francisco youth crime at record low ~…
Holder targets school discipline practices: 'unacceptable,' 'destructive'
Holder targets school discipline practices: 'unacceptable,' 'destructive' The Daily Caller, February 27, 2012
Can California reduce its juvenile justice recidivism rates?
A CJCJ co-sponsored event, Can California Reduce Its Juvenile Justice Recidivism Rates? is taking place today: Tuesday, February 21, 2012 in the California State Capitol, Room 126 at 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm . Testimony will be provided by juvenile justice experts and community organization grantees with recidivism rates below 15%.  Executive Director, Daniel Macallair, will present recidivism data in California, San Francisco County's Juvenile Collaborative Reentry Team (JCRT) model, and…
Report: Yolo County Highest Direct File Rate of Juvenile Cases in the State
Report: Yolo County Highest Direct File Rate of Juvenile Cases in the State Yolo Judicial Watch, February 17, 2012
Trying youths in adult courts proving ineffective
Trying youths in adult courts proving ineffective Capitol Weekly, February 16, 2012
California Makes History by Closing its Juvenile Prisons
California Makes History by Closing its Juvenile Prisons The Cutting Edge, February 12, 2012
TCWF provides paid-time off to nonprofit health execs
TCWF provides paid-time off to nonprofit health execs Ventura County Star, February 1, 2012
Fight brewing over historic California plan to close last three youth prisons
Fight brewing over historic California plan to close last three youth prisons iWatch News, January 25, 2012
Education versus incarceration: CSU budget runs dry while corrections funding soars
Education versus incarceration: CSU budget runs dry while corrections funding soars Golden Gate Xpress, January 16, 2012
Gov. Jerry Brown plans $1 billion in prison cuts
Gov. Jerry Brown plans $1 billion in prison cuts San Francisco Chronicle, January 15, 2012
New report supports Governor's plan to realign juvenile justice
A new report from the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice (CJCJ) entitled Juvenile Justice Realignment in 2012 provides support for Governor Brown's realignment proposal and offers five policy recommendations that include a three-year process that allows counties time to design new services and infrastructure.  At the end of three years, the state will no longer manage youth correctional institutions and the resources that used to sustain these facilities will be transferred to the…
Gov. Brown proposes shutting juvenile prison system (again)
Gov. Brown proposes shutting juvenile prison system (again) KALW News, January 9, 2012
The Closing of the Massachusetts Reform Schools and the Legacy of Jerome Miller

The Closing of the Massachusetts Reform Schools and the Legacy of Jerome Miller Juvenile Justice Information Exchange, January 4, 2012

Money Refused Could Become Money Owed
Money Refused Could Become Money Owed The New York Times, December 31, 2011
Cuts could trigger bigger juvenile justice bills
Cuts could trigger bigger juvenile justice bills Bay Citizen, December 31, 2011
The Closing of the Massachusetts Reform Schools and the Legacy of Jerome Miller

The Closing of the Massachusetts Reform Schools and the Legacy of Jerome Miller Youth Today, December 19, 2011

Alameda County realignment plan 'ambitious' but moving in the right direction
Alameda County realignment plan 'ambitious' but moving in the right direction Oakland Tribune, December 11, 2011
California's annual homicide rates declined
California's annual homicide rates declined Oakland Tribune, December 6, 2011
40th anniversary of Massachusetts juvenile justice reform
Next year marks the 40th anniversary of the closure of Massachusetts' youth training schools; instigating a massive and sweeping juvenile justice reform effort led by Dr. Jerome Miller. CJCJ is celebrating Dr. Miller's success and legacy this month, with a video blog by Dr. Miller's close friend and former colleague, Executive Director Daniel Macallair: http://bit.ly/tNkNUn Also this month, the Annie E. Casey Foundation is holding a Symposium entitled, "Shutting Down the Massachusetts…
Celebrating Dr. Miller's Legacy
Over the course of 1971 to 1972 aremarkable event occurred that permanently altered conventional assumptionsabout justice administration. Jerome G Miller, then commissioner of youthcorrections in Massachusetts,systemically carried out the most sweeping reforms in correctional history. Heclosed the state's five juvenile reform schools and transferred over 1,500youths to an assortment of community-based programs. These actions, which wereat first greeted with skepticism and derision by much…
Counties dilemma: how to use funds for inmates
Counties dilemma: how to use funds for inmates San Francisco Chronicle, December 5, 2011

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