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7/31/18 – The Crime Report “While those countries have distinct approaches to which courts, which facilities and at which ages emerging adults can benefit from juvenile laws and practices, they also have some commonalities worth examination by U.S. policymakers” Vincent Schiraldi, CJRA Expert.

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7/20/18 – Yahoo News “So while there certainly has been a recent increase in foster care caseloads that is likely partially attributable to the opioid crisis, this change has actually been well within what we would expect to see historically and may actually reflect getting back to a ‘normal’ pre-Great Recession level — when the […]

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6/26/18 – Philadelphia Inquirer “The incentives for elected DAs and judges only reinforce that approach. Prison costs are borne at the state level.” Jody Sundt, CJRA Expert

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6/16/18 – The Advocate “If investigators end up with few leads in some cases, it’s not because they’re focusing more attention on others.” David Carter, CJRA Expert

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6/11/18 – Indianapolis Star “The most effective policy is a licensing process.” Daniel Webster, CJRA Expert

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6/9/18 – NPR “People are more and more noncompliant towards law enforcement for a variety of reasons. And this is how they find themselves in the pain compliance state, which includes the punches.” Maria Haberfeld, CJRA Expert

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5/23/18 – EurekAlert Press release for the article, “Seen or Unseen? The Role of Race in Police Contact Among Homeless Youth.”

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