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Juvenile Detainees Entitled to Time Outdoors, But Many Not Interested

October 4, 2012 | 10:42 am

Juvenile Detainees Entitled to Time Outdoors, But Many Not Interested

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by Trey Bundy, The Bay Citizen Boys and girls confined in San Francisco’s juvenile hall might rather be elsewhere, but most aren’t in a hurry to go outside. That is according to an anonymous survey of detainees at the city’s Juvenile Justice Center, where almost two-thirds of the young offenders said they don’t like outdoor […]

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March 23, 2011 | 1:47 pm

New Series Explores How California Handles Juvenile Justice

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The California Report’s Governing California, which explores how to repair what many consider to be a broken government, has produced a new series that focuses on juvenile justice. Governor Jerry Brown has talked a lot about “moving government closer to the people.” In government-speak, that’s called realignment, or pushing services from the state to the […]

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