Resources

2011 Year-End Assessment of Department of Juvenile Justice by the John Howard Association of Illinois

Annie E Casey Foundation Juvenile Justice Resources

Bringing Youth Home: A National Movement to Increase Public Safety, Rehabilitate Youth and Save Money by the National Juvenile Justice Network

Burns Institute Resources

Changing Course: A Review of the First Two Years of Drug Transfer Reform in Illinois by Illinois Juvenile Justice Initiative

Delayed by months, suicide-proof beds still not in suicide-watch cells at youth prison

A Failing System Reminiscent of Tallulah by Families & Friends of Louisiana\'s Incarcerated Children

Editorial: Fewer Teenagers in Lockups (New York Times)

From Corrections to Community: The Juvenile Reentry Experience as Characterized by Multiple Systems Involvement by Cusick, Goerge and Belll (Chapin Hall, 2009)

Highlights from Pathways to Desistance: A Longitudinal Study of Serious Adolescent Offenders by Edward P. Mulvey

Editorial: Illinois Should Close At Least One Juvenile Prison

Incarcerated Youth and Childhood Trauma by Angela Weis

Jailing Juvenile Offenders Isn't Working by James Warren

Locking Up Children Just Doesn't Work, a Study Says by Megan Cottrell

The Missouri Model: Reinventing the Practice of Rehabilitating Youthful Offenders by Annie E.Casey Foundation

Models for Change Publications

No Place for Kids: The Case for Reducing Juvenile Incarceration (Annie E. Casey Foundation, October 2011)

Resolution, Reinvestment and Realignment: Three Strategies for Changing Juvenile Justice by Jeffrey Butts and Douglas Evans

Infographic: Smart Spending Keeps Kids Out of Jail

State Trends: Legislative Victories from 2005 to 2010 Removing Youth from the Adult Criminal Justice System by Campaign for Youth Justice

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