‘Ned’ Loughran Dies; Founded Juvenile Corrections Group

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"Ned" Loughran. Photo courtesy Council of State Governments.

Edward “Ned” Loughran, a former priest who devoted his life to juvenile corrections reforms and fought against the types of prisons and laws that could turn young offenders into better criminals instead of better people, has died of cancer at 76, the Boston Globe reports.  Loughran, who was Massachusetts Youth Services commissioner from 1985-1993, became a leading figure . . .

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