North Carolina Juvenile Prisons in “Crisis”

Print More North Carolina’s five juvenile prisons are so decrepit and dangerous that the state should spend $90 million to build three new ones, says State Auditor Ralph Campbell. The Raleigh News & Observer said an audit by Campbell concluded that treatment programs and classes that nearly 600 youths attend are poorly organized and underfunded The
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