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Juvenile Justice News

Let's Hear From You: Nominate Juvenile Justice Reform Leaders

The Annie E. Casey Foundation is seeking nominations — now through Aug. 23 — for five national awards acknowledging community members, community-based organizations, government system leaders and juvenile probation officers who have made extraordinary contributions to juvenile justice reform.

Honorees will be announced and celebrated at Casey’s 2019 Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative® Inter-Site Conference in October.

Learn more about the JDAI® Awards and nomination process

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Southern Lawmakers Explore What's Working in Juvenile Justice Reform

This summer, lawmakers from eight southern states convened in Savannah, Georgia, for a nonpartisan gathering led by the National Conference of State Legislatures and sponsored by the Casey Foundation.

The goal? Share and explore effective efforts to reduce juvenile incarceration and prevent more young people from even entering the justice system.

Read more about the meeting and practices highlighted

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