Most States Don’t Comply With Proposal on Juvenile Crime Aid

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State officials, advocates, and researchers are urging federal officials to tread carefully as they consider changes to how states demonstrate they are protecting juveniles in custody, reports the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange. They say that if the rules become too strict, cash-strapped states that are out of compliance could abandon the federal program. “This would inevitably lead to wider variances between . . .

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