Daily Archives: June 20, 2012

National Campaign to Reform State Juvenile Justice Systems

Juvenile justice-related job listings often come across my desk (via email usually), and I’ll post them here whenever possible.  For instance, here are two interesting policy and research positions: Project Coordinator (New York City) The Organization M+R Strategic Services, a … Continue reading

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Holding Juvenile Officers Accountable

Professor Roger L. Goldman (St. Louis) brought an important issue to my attention: whether a particular state’s laws consider personnel who work with juveniles to be more like social workers or like law enforcement for the purpose of revocation of … Continue reading

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Judging Children as Children

Judge Michael A. Corriero (left) has been at the forefront of juvenile justice issues in New York and nationally for many years.  Here is a recent piece he wrote for the Huffington Post on the move to raise the age … Continue reading

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