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Youth Confinement at 35-Year Low: Three Reports on Reform

February 28, 2013
Benjamin Chambers

Download our special bulletin announcing three important reports on juvenile justice reform (PDF). Here's what's in it:

  • juvenile-justice-reform_consequences_KIDS-COUNTNew KIDS COUNT Data Snapshot on Juvenile Incarceration. While the United States still leads the world in locking up its young people, a new KIDS COUNT data snapshot from the Annie E. Casey Foundation shows the nation's confinement rate is the lowest it has been in 35 years. However, racial disparities persist.

>> Download our bulletin on the three reports here.

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