Teen Detentions Longer In Some Places, Advocate Reports

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Nate Balis, director of the Annie E. Casey Foundation's Juvenile Justice Strategy Group, has sounded an alarm about a slowing of progress and an increase in the length of time youth are being incarcerated in some of the 300 sites of the  Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative, reports the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange. Speaking at the 25th anniversary celebration of . . .

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