PCJ News

How New York City has shown that “less is more” when it comes to probation supervision (Huffington Post)

Congress’ chance to do right by America’s youth (TheHill.com)

Schiraldi: Justice System Failing Young People (Boston Herald)

Crime and the Adolescent Brain (New York Times)

Malloy Proposes Justice System Changes For Young Adults (Hartford Courant)

Can we reduce incarceration for violent offenses while involving crime survivors? (Huffington Post)

Survey Shows Public Support for Fewer, and Smaller, Juvenile Facilities
(The Chronicle of Social Change)

Young People Devoured by Jail
(New York Daily News)

States are raising age for adult prosecution back to 18 (ABA Journal)

The Pitfalls of Youth Incarceration(OJP Blog)

New York City defied national trends, cut incarceration rate in half, study finds (PBS NewsHour)

Report looks at national impact of municipal court fines and fees on poor, people of color (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

Report concurs with state’s plan to close Connecticut Juvenile Training School (The Middletown Press)

Better by Half: How New York City Cut Crime and Incarceration at the Same Time (The Marshall Project)

Youth prisons don't reform, they damage (USA Today)

Who’s a Kid? Science — and law enforcement — are rethinking young adults (The Marshall Project)

‘Every Youth Prison in the Country Should Be Closed’ (The Crime Report) 

Next Administration Needs to Close Youth Prisons, Experts Say (Youth Today)

Youth justice Study Finds Prison Counterproductive (Harvard Gazette)

Report: Youth Should Not Be Behind Bars (Public News Service)