6-17-11: The State of Juvenile Justice in Maryland

June 17, 2011 at 9:05 am Leave a comment

Nick Moroney of the Maryland Attorney General’s Juvenile Justice Monitoring Unit talks to Sheilah about waiting lists, inadequate facilities for girls, and other findings in the unit’s latest quarterly report.In its report issued this week, Maryland’s Juvenile Justice Monitoring Unit–which is part of the Attorney General’s office–finds some improvements…and some stubborn problems that still work against rehabilitating delinquent youths. In particular, the monitor raises issues about  taking too long to get kids into treatment, and the quality of facilities for girls.

Sheilah discusses the report’s findings with Juvenile Justice Monitor Nick Moroney.


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