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    1. Fourteen youth inmates have been arrested in connection with the riot Violence spread to multiple buildings across DJJ property “I’m trying to (have sex with) something tonight,” a male inmate reportedly said … Click to Continue »

    2. Mayor Mitch Landrieu joined Orleans Parish Juvenile Court judges, city officials and Federal Emergency Management Agency staff Tuesday to celebrate the opening of the new $47 million New Orleans Juvenile Justice Center.

    3. Numerous studies have shown that placing juveniles in solitary confinement not only causes long-lasting psychological damage but also leads to higher recidivism rates. [ more › ]

    4. Mayor Mitch Landrieu joined Orleans Parish Juvenile Court judges, city officials and Federal Emergency Management Agency staff Tuesday to celebrate the opening of the new $47 million New Orleans Juvenile Justice Center.

    5. It took a full day for the top medical official on duty at Miami's juvenile lockup to read the "sick call" report on Elord Revolte, a 17-year-old who said he had been "stomped in his chest" during an Aug. 30 beatdown by more than a dozen detainees. By then, it was too late.

    6. The growing costs of juvenile incarceration rates in recent years has prompted policymakers evaluate other means to combat...

    7. After more than three years of construction, the city of New Orleans officially opened its new $47 million juvenile justice center Tuesday.

    8. It took a full day for the top medical official on duty at Miami's juvenile lockup to read the "sick call" report on Elord Revolte, a 17-year-old who said he had been "stomped in his chest" during an Aug. 30 beatdown by more than a dozen detainees. By then, it was too late. "No intervention was...

    9. Now in her second year of retirement, former Shawnee County Judge Jean Schmidt did Wednesday what sitting judges can't - she spoke candidly about public policy.

      Bernhardson defeats Bransford in unusual electio... - Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune

    10. Only a tiny share of juvenile arrest records in Illinois get expunged because of burdensome state laws that are "among the worst in the nation," creating obstacles to employment, housing and education that threaten public safety, say the authors of a new report requested by the state legislature. ...

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