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Spartanburg County applies for grants to help 27 agencies
Herald-Journal
3/25/2019

Two reported injured by gunfire at Wiggums Hollow Park
The Daily Herald
3/24/2019

Luis Natividad: DECADES OF STRUGGLE
La Prensa
3/23/2019

Bill Lee says school voucher effort is 'important' to Chattanooga and would strengthen funding to public schools
Chattanooga Times Free Press
3/23/2019

Philly DA Larry Krasner: We took on mass incarceration. Now we're addressing mass supervision.
Philadelphia Inquirer
3/22/2019

WCCD helping combat opioid crisis
The Record Herald
3/22/2019

Passion on display at Weymouth High capstone fair
The Patriot Ledger
3/20/2019

Longmont Youth Center's GRIP initiative continues to do good as city's gang problem subsides
Daily Times-Call
3/20/2019

Cuomo, NYPD back subway ban on repeat sexual offenders
AM New York
3/20/2019

Groups plan positive message for Orangeburg; event to show there is 'more than violence'
Times & Democrat
3/19/2019

Ex-inmate turned barber uses his story to guide Fredericksburg-area youth in right direction
Free Lance-Star
3/19/2019

Disney releases full 'Toy Story 4' trailer
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
3/19/2019

Juvenile justice: Initiative encourages courts to find detention alternatives
Herald Bulletin
3/18/2019

Turning over a new leaf; More businesses in Maryland are joining a national initiative ; to hire former inmates
Capital
3/17/2019

Criminal justice reform a hot topic at legislative forum
Stillwater NewsPress
3/17/2019

Recent high-profile incidents shine a light on local outlaw motorcycle gangs
The Bakersfield Californian
3/16/2019

Maryland industries hiring ex-inmates; Many businesses in state join a nationwide effort ; as employers' views shift
Maryland Gazette
3/16/2019

Dorrell gives Cerro Coso report to Chamber
The Daily Independent
3/15/2019

Clark County gets $1.2 million to fight gang violence
Las Vegas Sun
3/14/2019

Maryland retail, restaurant industries join national push to hire former inmates
Baltimore Sun
3/14/2019

VIDEO: A ride-along with Surrey's Gang Enforcement Team
Surrey Now Leader
3/13/2019

VIDEO: A ride-along with Surrey's gang enforcement squad
Abbotsford News
3/13/2019

Re-entry program, stop signs to be discussed at meeting
Stuttgart Daily Leader
3/12/2019

Bronx councilman pushes youth employment in response to gang violence
The New York Daily News
3/12/2019

EDITORIAL: State lawmakers have some reasons to be proud this year
Wyoming Tribune-Eagle
3/10/2019

OPINION: James Walker: Cowboys? Is urban America the new Tombstone?
New Haven Register
3/10/2019

EDITORIAL: Editorial: New teen gang intervention program a welcome start
Yakima Herald-Republic
3/9/2019

Reducing recidivism topic of discussion at Rockford workshop
Rockford Register Star
3/9/2019

Hate crimes bill passes divided House following heartfelt reflections
Brunswick News
3/8/2019

CORRECTION: Maine experts lay out alternatives to locking up youth
Bangor Daily News
3/8/2019

Intervention, prevention among goals of anti-gang funds for Surrey: MP
Peace Arch News
3/7/2019

Chief: More cops needed to fight gangs
Eagle-Tribune
3/7/2019

Federal government targets B.C. guns and gang violence with $5.3 M fund
Red Deer Advocate
3/6/2019

Bill may dash inmate hopes at Albuquerque charter school
The Santa Fe New Mexican
3/4/2019

How a Greene Co. greenhouse will help at-risk kids
Dayton Daily News
3/3/2019

Report: County lags in mental health resources; Study also focuses on how drug usage, gang violence affect residents' well-being
Maryland Gazette
3/2/2019

EDITORIAL: Jailed for being poor? In Mecklenburg, no more
Charlotte Observer
3/2/2019

Education program for Washington County juvenile offenders to be discontinued
Star Tribune
3/1/2019

Q+A: Sisolak discusses plan to boost education, fight back on plutonium shipments and help immigrants
Las Vegas Sun
2/28/2019

Maine eyes housing female inmates at Long Creek in move that could lead to closing youth prison
Bangor Daily News
2/28/2019

Gov. Bill Lee announces new efforts to help Tennessee prison inmates successfully re-enter society
Chattanooga Times Free Press
2/28/2019

Missouri children are waiving their right to legal counsel. That's a problem, some lawmakers say.
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
2/27/2019

Seminars, celebration seek to keep youth out of gangs
Moultrie Observer
2/26/2019

Local groups involved in Everett mayor's youth, gang efforts
The Daily Herald
2/24/2019

Ernesto Portillo Jr.: Neto's Tucson: Documentary recognizes role of musical figure in Chicano rights movement
Arizona Daily Star
2/24/2019

Surrey students learn the ins and outs of business through workers' co-operative
Surrey Now Leader
2/23/2019

Angry and scared: W-B council hears from residents on shootings
The Citizens' Voice
2/22/2019

New Attorney General Ashley Moody says opioids, fraud top priorities
Palm Beach Post
2/22/2019

Lamont continues focus on second chances with criminal justice recommendations
The Day
2/21/2019

San Jose mayor wants to video record gun buys, tighten up selling rules
San Jose Mercury News
2/20/2019

Grant money to spark new Howard Co. program targeting recidivism, recovery
Kokomo Tribune
2/20/2019

A second chance to change course: Beltrami County diversion program sees success in keeping youth from re-offending
Bemidji Pioneer
2/18/2019

Pell Grant pilot program for prisoners extended for 2019-20
Daily Oklahoman
2/16/2019

Community leaders gather to discuss effects of childhood trauma
Enid News & Eagle
2/12/2019

Haverhill, Methuen receive anti-gang grant
Eagle-Tribune
2/12/2019

State doles out anti-gang grant money
The Patriot Ledger
2/11/2019

Worcester, Fitchburg and Gardner get state money to combat gang violence
Telegram & Gazette
2/11/2019

Eliminating cash bail would reduce incarcerations, save counties money, advocates say
Messenger-Inquirer
2/10/2019

Megan's Law shines light on Alle-Kiski Valley sex offenders
Valley News-Dispatch
2/10/2019

Gainful employment helps combat poverty
Muskogee Phoenix
2/9/2019

It's your money!
New Pittsburgh Courier
2/8/2019

Freedom Writer inspires Heritage High School class
Columbian
2/8/2019

Life lessons: 'Woody' teaches students how to work, dream big
Richmond Register
2/8/2019

Warming centers, diversion programs part of addressing homelessness in state
The Middletown Press
2/7/2019

Report: SC still among worst for domestic violence among states, but slowly improving
State
2/7/2019

New Bedford receives 87 percent hike to combat gang violence
The Standard Times
2/6/2019

Walworth County treatment courts face uncertain future after DA questions role
Janesville Gazette
2/6/2019

EDITORIAL: California's prisons do a lousy job of rehabilitating
Orange County Register
2/5/2019

Nonprofit founder more determined after son's fatal overdose
The Day
2/4/2019

Intergrate & educate: New program in Idaho brings UI students, inmates together for class
Lewiston Morning Tribune
2/4/2019

Chabad East Of The River to host series on criminal justice
Hartford Courant
2/1/2019

Crown Point man admits to tricking Two Six gang member into fatal meeting over owed drug debt
Times
1/30/2019

Gang violence in Chicago changing, but policymakers slow to catch up, report says
Chicago Tribune
1/29/2019

In visit to O.H. Close, governor calls importance of prison training program 'basic'
Record
1/28/2019

Local History: 'Aliens' menaced South Scranton in 1969
Times-Tribune
1/27/2019

From classrooms to jail cells, Gary Black Lives Matter group hosts lively discussion on "People's State of the City'
Times
1/27/2019

WoMen Rise aims to steer youth away from gangs
Abbotsford News
1/26/2019

DrugFree Wilco talks opioid crisis and schools
The Lebanon Democrat
1/26/2019

OUR VIEW: Ending gang violence requires better parenting, not just more cash
Surrey Now Leader
1/25/2019

Taking pulse of Santa Maria's youth: New programs aim to connect high school students with city leaders
Santa Maria Times
1/25/2019

Commission signs off on jail mental health agreement
Cullman Times
1/24/2019

Offender reintegration program gets $1.23 million in federal funding
Abbotsford News
1/24/2019

Feds earmark $7.5 million to help keep Surrey teens out of gangs
Surrey Now Leader
1/23/2019

Local civil rights activists honored on MLK Day in JC
The Daily Union
1/23/2019

Tucsonans head to Phoenix to advocate for criminal justice reform
Arizona Daily Star
1/21/2019

Family Service Association first recipient of TL/Weis Markets program
Times Leader
1/20/2019

Pima County Attorney's Office fighting to collect questionable fines in old drug cases
Arizona Daily Star
1/20/2019

Homicides were down in Wilmington in 2018. Here's why.
Star-News
1/19/2019

'Compelling on both sides' - Legislators hear public testimony in DWCRC relocation proposal
Dickinson Press
1/18/2019

Bridge repair tops Missouri governor's budget plan, along with money for schools
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
1/18/2019

Dahleen Glanton: Mothers of gang members must wake up and see their sons for who they are
Chicago Tribune
1/17/2019

EDITORIAL: Record keeping critical to studying solitary
Free Lance-Star
1/17/2019

Surrey needs 350 more cops, activist tells council
Abbotsford News
1/16/2019

Gov.-elect: Volkswagen plans show 'Tennessee is a good place to invest'
Chattanooga Times Free Press
1/16/2019

Financial Tips to Help Make Your Holidays Merry and Bright
Los Angeles Sentinel
1/15/2019

Congratulations to Rep. Karen Bass, Elected to Chair the Largest Congressional Black Caucus in History
Los Angeles Sentinel
1/15/2019

State reps and senators make New Year's resolutions
Sanford Herald
1/10/2019

Policy memo: Everett needs changes on juvenile, gang justice
The Daily Herald
1/10/2019

Local history: 'Our Gang' star was an Ohio rascal
Akron Beacon Journal
1/7/2019

Three sessions in Abbotsford address ongoing gang violence
Abbotsford News
1/5/2019

 
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