Racial Inequity Hinders Juvenile Probation Reform: Study

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Sign in the Galleries of Justice Museum, Nottingham, UK. Photo by Elliott Brown via Flickr

Increasing family and community engagement with probation authorities, and addressing the system’s racial disparities are critical to keeping young people from becoming repeat offenders, according to an Urban Institute study of reforms in Ohio and Washington State . . .

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