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Webcast to Discuss Trends and Challenges in Juvenile Justice Reform

June 1, 2011

On June 3, 2011, from 12:30 to 2:00 p.m. E.T., the Children's Law Center, Inc., will host "Trends and Challenges in Juvenile Justice Reform: Experiences of Three States."

The Webcast brings together a panel of experts to discuss how Connecticut, Texas, and California have engaged in major juvenile justice reforms during the past decade. These reforms have resulted in substantial reductions in the number of youth held in long-term juvenile and adult facilities, the implementation of many community-based reforms, and the mobilization of the public around such efforts. The Webcast is free and open to the public. However, space is limited and registration is required.

Resources:

For more information about the forum, visit www.childrenslawky.org/news/2011/5/9/trends-and-challenges-in-juvenile-justice-reform-experiences.html.

To register to view the Webcast, visit http://register.webcastgroup.com/l3/?wid=0840603115651

 

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