Juvenile Justice Resources

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Age Boundaries of the Juvenile Justice System
OJJDP Literature Review
Gun Violence and Youth/Young Adults
OJJDP Literature Review
Youth in the Adult Criminal Justice System
OJJDP Literature Review
Remarks of Assistant Attorney General Amy L. Solomon at the Community Violence Intervention Leadership Academy Graduation Ceremony, Washington, DC Remarks for OJJDP Administrator Liz Ryan - Youth Justice Symposium Minneapolis, MN Firearm Safety, School Violence, and Youth Suicide
National Center for Youth Safety
The Ribbon is Cut and the Doors are Open at Adams County's First Shelter for Unhoused and Displaced Youth Vermont’s ‘Raise the Age’ juvenile offender law to remain on pause With juveniles committing more serious crimes, these Hennepin County and state leaders are seeking new solutions The Biden-Harris Administration Awards $131.7 Million to Support At-risk Youth and Families Fentanyl Combined with Xylazine Designated an Emerging Threat DA’s Office Releases Video Highlighting the Importance of School Attendance Nonfatal Firearm Injury and Firearm Mortality in High-risk Youths and Young Adults 25 Years After Detention The Urgent Need for a New Normal in Juvenile Justice (Detention Reduction) DOJ Addresses Justice System Fines and Fees for Youth Queens Defenders Youth Court Denver Public Schools to bring police officers back to schools in light of East High shooting Black Attorneys Give Rochester Residents a Rare Chance to Query Juvenile Justice Officials in a Town Hall Boost for foster kids’ college hopes State Strategies To Address The Needs Of Justice-Involved Youth Impacted By Collateral Consequences Philadelphia District Attorney's Office: Girls Are Left Out of Programs Brooklyn DA lays out plan to tackle gun violence, youth outreach DEA Fentanyl Warning Highlights From the 2020 Juvenile Residential Facility Census 2022 Report - Youth and the Juvenile Justice System 5 Ways to Improve Public Safety Without Mass Incarceration Hennepin County’s Plan to Reduce Youth Auto Thefts More Kids are Coming to School High Connections NYC – Resources in NYC for formerly incarcerated people School kids are so violent coming out of the pandemic that they’re sending teachers to the hospital, but an expert says to resist ‘get tough’ approaches. Investing in Young Men
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