New Report on Juvenile Justice
Posted by on November 3, 2008
Juvenile Justice (Accompanying the journal is an Executive Summary and a Policy Brief): The Future of Children
This volume examines juvenile justice policies and practices with the goal of promoting reforms that are based on solid evidence and acknowledge that adolescents differ from adults in ways that policy ought to take into account. As editor Laurence Steinberg notes in the Introduction, young people who come into contact with the juvenile justice system often have other problems, many of which the juvenile justice system is ill-equipped to address alone.
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