Juvenile Law Center

Ending Solitary Confinement|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

June 22, 2017

Judge says Wisconsin youth prisons overuse pepper spray

Scott Bauer, The Washington Post

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Ending Solitary Confinement|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

June 22, 2017

Judge: Public can see videos of inmates being pepper-sprayed

Scott Bauer, AP News

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Ending Solitary Confinement|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

June 22, 2017

Judge says pepper spray, isolation over-used

Channel 3000 via AP Wire

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Ending Solitary Confinement|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

June 22, 2017

Federal judge troubled by 'serious problem' with use of pepper spray on Wisconsin teen inmates

Patrick Marley, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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Child Welfare and Foster Care|Extended Care and Reentry (Foster Care)|Permanency (Foster Care)|Transitions to Adulthood (Foster Care)

June 19, 2017

How Can I Plan My Future When I Don't Know Where I Will Sleep Tonight?

Dominique Mikell for Stoneleigh Foundation

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Juvenile and Criminal Justice|Juvenile Life Without Parole (JLWOP)

June 13, 2017

Pennsylvania spends $20 million annually to keep juvenile lifers in prison

Nicole C. Brambila, Reading Eagle

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Access to Education|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

June 12, 2017

Juvenile advocates launch website

Terrie Morgan-Besecker, The Times-Tribune

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Ending Solitary Confinement|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

June 07, 2017

2,030 Strip Searches at Youth Prisons

Gretchen Schuldt, Urban Milwaukee

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Child Welfare and Foster Care|Juvenile and Criminal Justice

May 31, 2017

Philadelphia App Links Youth to Resources and Services

Jeremy Loudenback, The Chronicle of Social Change

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Access to Education|Juvenile and Criminal Justice|Juvenile Life Without Parole (JLWOP)

May 25, 2017

Real Life Real Issues Juvenile Justice: Education and Re-Integration / No "life, no parole" sentences for youth

Rich Copeland, WITF Smart Talk

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