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More opinions voiced against Muscogee County School District alternative education proposal
Columbus Ledger-Enquirer
4/25/2017

Santa Rosa Junior College offers free classes to county inmates
The Press Democrat
4/25/2017

With life back on track, Richard Bennett dives in to life's work with benefit golf tournament
Chattanooga Times Free Press
4/24/2017

Obama launches Chicago trip with visit to South Side job training group
Chicago Tribune
4/24/2017

Influx of crime leaves private school in danger of losing business license
Daily Press
4/23/2017

Jail to job: New York City to give jobs to released inmates
The Northwest Herald
4/23/2017

USC law professor, local advocacy group presents case for juvenile justice reform to S.C. legislators
The Columbia Star
4/21/2017

Pastor looks to empower Scotland County youth
The Laurinburg Exchange
4/21/2017

All thumbs
Cecil Whig
4/21/2017

Feds link meth deliveries to alleged gang member, homicide victim
Sun Herald
4/19/2017

Substance abuse counseling coming to Clinton County Jail
Press-Republican
4/19/2017

Neighbors fear for safety after shooting at Yakima convenience store
Yakima Herald-Republic
4/18/2017

Boulder DA Stan Garnett concerned about bond assessment tool
Daily Camera
4/17/2017

Second graduation, celebration set for You-Turn Recovery Docket
The News Journal
4/17/2017

Can a 'miracle shot' called Vivitrol break the prison-heroin cycle in Alaska?
Alaska Dispatch News
4/16/2017

Missoula legislator secures sweeping criminal justice reforms
Montana Standard
4/16/2017

Taking a look at the workforce gap in St. Lucie County
St. Lucie News Tribune
4/15/2017

A better way Editorial: Stop the carnage: Drug addicts need treatment, not prison sentences
Richmond Times-Dispatch
4/15/2017

Mothers in 'gang for good' try to keep youths safe during spring break
Chicago Tribune
4/14/2017

'My son is a superhero,' parents of recovering boy, 12, shot in Old Town
Chicago Tribune
4/13/2017

Parents of boy, 12, shot in Old Town say older boys used him as shield: 'It's messed up'
Chicago Tribune
4/13/2017

Charges dismissed in 2 Nauti-Block cases
Cape Cod Times
4/12/2017

A SunLight Project Report: Back to Jail - Addiction, mental illness, joblessness pave path back to prison
The Mayo Free Press
4/12/2017

A program that proves youths can persevere
Herald News
4/11/2017

Women in Santa Cruz County jail: Cycle of incarceration
Santa Cruz Sentinel
4/11/2017

Abuse often at root of truancy
New Castle News
4/11/2017

Brunswick local worked to expose abuse at Florida School for Boys
Brunswick News
4/10/2017

Back to Jail: Addiction, mental illness, joblessness pave path back to prison
Valdosta Daily Times
4/9/2017

Felons wanting to start over struggle with Boulder County housing, employment obstacles
Daily Times-Call
4/9/2017

Opinion/Commentary: Approach to violent crime harkens back to 1980s, '90s
The Daily Progress
4/9/2017

Approach to violent crime harkens back to '80s, '90s
The Daily Progress
4/9/2017

Prison plan hits home in Elmore County
Montgomery Advertiser
4/7/2017

State House reinstates get-tough-on-crime mandatory minimum prison sentences
Morning Call
4/7/2017

WLIB gets into ranching business
Williams Lake Tribune
4/7/2017

COLUMN: Our war on drugs isn't working - so let's try something new
Grand Forks Gazette
4/7/2017

Summer academy for black youth planned By Madeleine O'Neill
Erie Times-News
4/5/2017

Officials address gangs in Lynchburg area
News & Advance
4/5/2017

Wake County might offer work-training classes for jail inmates
News & Observer
4/4/2017

Center focuses on results not warehousing
The Star Democrat
4/4/2017

By Madeleine O'Neill / madeleine.o'neill@timesnews.com
Erie Times-News
4/4/2017

And the West is History
The Durango Herald
4/2/2017

Kids and crime: King County takes a closer look at juvenile offenders' immaturity
Seattle Times
4/2/2017

Fighting recidivism: Jacksonville's re-entry program lifts ex-offenders
Florida Times-Union
4/2/2017

In King County, justice system takes a closer look at juvenile offenders' immaturity
Seattle Times
4/1/2017

JPD addresses the danger of gangs
Daily News
3/30/2017

Yes, Minnesota has a low prison population, but that's not the whole story
Star Tribune
3/30/2017

King County executive responds to federal stance on immigration laws
Kent Reporter
3/29/2017

EDITORIAL: Hope, purpose for women in state prison
News Tribune
3/29/2017

Lawmakers aim to reinstate mandatory minimum sentencing
The York Dispatch
3/28/2017

Eight Shootings Near RiNo in Two Weeks, Gang Violence Rising?
Westword
3/28/2017

'I really want him to have a different life.' How some female inmates are raising babies behind bars
News Tribune
3/26/2017

JPD to address gangs in school
Daily News
3/25/2017

WRHCF helping make second chances possible
The Daily Globe
3/25/2017

Cariboo-Chilcotin receives public safety boost
Vanderhoof Omineca Express
3/23/2017

From gang-banger to minister: Darrin ?Slugger Roo' Williams publishes book
St. Louis American
3/23/2017

Education, treatment at heart of opioid-epidemic legislation
Cecil Whig
3/22/2017

Davis advocates for Juvenile Reinvestment Act
The Warren Record
3/22/2017

Mad Hatter Ball largest Mentor Me fundraiser
Argus-Courier
3/22/2017

Horgan says Surrey youth anti-gang program would get $500K annually from NDP government
Surrey Now
3/21/2017

Glad to be a grad
Casa Grande Dispatch
3/21/2017

Meth has stagering toll on communities
Meade County Times-Tribune
3/21/2017

Out of Prison, and Working to Stay Out
Valley News
3/19/2017

Hundreds attend gang forum
Suffolk News-Herald
3/19/2017

Residents Learn About Gang Violence Prevention
The Westbury Times
3/16/2017

Recovery program re-certified
The News Journal
3/16/2017

Senate committee passes bill on gang recruitment
Messenger-Inquirer
3/15/2017

Green Room Gang opens registration
Bay Times
3/15/2017

Local legal officials support ‘Raise the Age’ bills
The Daily Reflector
3/14/2017

County Courts offer ?second chance'
The Spirit
3/14/2017

Evening for Kids' Sake brings out BBBS supporters
Owatonna Peoples Press
3/14/2017

Q&A: Father Bartko spent years trying to get through to jail inmates
Lockport Union-Sun & Journal
3/12/2017

New gallery puts on fundraiser for Bikers Against Child Abuse
Joplin Globe
3/12/2017

EDITORIAL: Focus on prisons is merited
St. Joseph News-Press
3/12/2017

Advocating from the heart at Indiana State House
Washington Times-Herald
3/11/2017

Fardon, other Obama holdovers out as U.S. attorneys, Sessions says
Chicago Tribune
3/11/2017

Loretta Devine & Daniel Beaty On Their Powerful New Film, 'Chapter & Verse'
Los Angeles Sentinel
3/11/2017

Scotland juvenile justice group wants state to raise age
The Laurinburg Exchange
3/10/2017

Youth-focused charities to benefit from One City Marathon
Daily Press
3/10/2017

Project L.I.F.T. expands roles and opportunities
Hometown News: Martin County
3/10/2017

Scotland juvenile justice group wants state to raise age
The Laurinburg Exchange
3/8/2017

County attorney announces resignation
Greensburg Daily News
3/8/2017

How Vance Williams went from gang life to being an asset to Wilmington’s youth
Star-News
3/8/2017

March Brings a Return of Continuing Education Programs
Valley News
3/7/2017

Mass incarceration doesn't work
Roanoke Times
3/7/2017

The end draws near for the 2017 legislature
Uintah Basin Standard
3/7/2017

Forum on gangs, guns set
Suffolk News-Herald
3/7/2017

Senate hearings air marijuana change
Sunday Star
3/6/2017

Maryland Senate holds marijuana legalization hearing
Maryland Gazette
3/6/2017

NC looks again at raising the juvenile justice age
News & Record
3/5/2017

Gang violence prevention bill passes state House, 91-3
Floyd County Times
3/4/2017

KDOC's statewide launch of FFT for juvenile offenders now underway
The Garden City Telegram
3/4/2017

Prosecutors say trail of gang activity explains 2015 College Hill Courts shooting
Chattanooga Times Free Press
3/3/2017

Md. Senate holds marijuana legalization hearing
Capital
3/3/2017

Locked Up: Is Cash Bail on the Way Out?
Stateline.org
3/2/2017

Awaiting Deportation, Immigrants in State Prisons Costing $37 Million a Year
Westword
3/2/2017

HOPE suspends operations after fire guts nonprofit’s headquarters
Record
3/1/2017

STATEHOUSE ROUNDUP A new proposal in criminal justice
Hanover Mariner
3/1/2017

?Sometimes people change': Maryland shop covers racist tattoos for free
The Star Democrat
2/28/2017

Maricopa calendar 02/28
Maricopa Monitor
2/28/2017

Brooklyn Park shop covers racist, gang-related tattoos
Maryland Gazette
2/27/2017

 
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