Juvenile Imprisonment Drop Could Help Adult Reforms, If Crime Doesn’t Rise

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The 12-year, 53 percent drop in juvenile incarceration is sustainable and a model for reform of the adult criminal justice system, experts tell the Christian Science Monitor. “I think once you have a 12-year trend, it sort of feels like it's not just a blip,” says Jake Horowitz of the Pew Charitable Trusts’ Public Safety
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