Tag: Arizona juvenile justice

Juvenile Justice

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Adults never tire of lamenting the behavior of the younger generation. “What’s wrong with these kids?” we ask. But the question facing Arizona today – while equally baffling – is more like “What’s right with these kids?”
That’s because teenagers here and elsewhere in the country have been turning away from crime in remarkable numbers, according to federal and state-level data. And nobody’s sure why.

Bill Hart

Juvenile Justice in Arizona

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January 2016
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In partnership with the Children’s Action Alliance, Morrison Institute recently completed an 18-page research report on the negative effects of the incarceration of delinquent youths in Arizona, and the benefits of locally–based services in the youths’ home communities.

KJZZ: Report Discusses Juvenile Justice, Policies

January 2016

Bill Hart of Morrison Institute at Arizona State University was a guest on KJZZ along with Beth Rosenberg, director of child welfare and juvenile justice at Children’s Action Alliance, speaking about the report "Juvenile Justice in Arizona: The Fiscal Foundations of Effective Policy.

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