In California, Data Shows a Widening Racial Gap As Juvenile Incarceration Has Declined

In the past two decades, the number of youth who are detained or incarcerated by juvenile justice systems has plummeted, a trend largely attributable to declining arrest rates and buffered by intentional system reform. But […]

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Children Frequently Caught between Family Court and Deportation, Report Says

Two Washington-based organizations have issued an analysis of the complex intersection of family and juvenile court proceedings with federal immigration enforcement, replete with a long list of recommendations for limiting the impact of the latter […]