6-4-12: Juvenile Justice for Girls

June 4, 2012 at 8:15 am Leave a comment

During the 2011 General Assembly session, legislators decided to study the gap between how boys and girls are treated inside DJS. A year later, how have things changed for girls inside the juvenile justice system?

We’ll talk with Juvenile Justice Monitoring Unit head Nick Moroney about how things have–or haven’t–changed. Later in the week, we’ll hear from experts about how far we have to go and how we get there.

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