Az. To Reform Juvenile Facilities After Fed Probe

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Arizona has agreed to reform its juvenile corrections department after a federal investigation found rampant abuse, poor suicide prevention, and other problems in three of the agency’s facilities, the Arizona Republic reports. The agreement with the U.S. Justice Department calls for increased staffing, improved training, expanded mental health and special-education programs, and procedures to prevent
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