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Title: A Need for Correction: Reforming New York’s Juvenile Justice System
Other Titles: Child welfare watch, vols 18
Contributors: White, Andrew
Hemphill, Clara
Hurley, Kendra
Keywords: Juvenile justice, Administration of—New York (State)
Juvenile detention—New York (State)
Juvenile delinquents—Care
Issue Date: Sep-2009
Publisher: Center for New York City Affairs, The New School
Place of Publication: New York
Series/Report no.: Child Welfare Watch, Fall 2009, Vol. 18
Description: This issue of Child Welfare Watch examines conditions in the state juvenile justice system, particularly for mentally ill children, and weighs the promise of alternatives to incarceration—that is, home- and community-based programs designed to curb delinquent teens’ antisocial tendencies while keeping them out of institutions.
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