The “dual jurisdiction” program allows juveniles convicted of crimes after being certified as adults to receive services and treatment from the state juvenile justice system rather than being sent to an adult prison.
Medical Daily 1 in 6 fathers doesn't live with his kids: CDC Pensacola News Journal Almost one in six fathers doesn't live with his children, according to new research that looked at how involved dads are in their children's lives.
Fathers send message to children 'Don't end up in prison like me' Florida Times-Union About a dozen inmates at that jail sent recorded messages to their children as a plea not to follow in their footsteps Monday night at St.
Boston parents have lost custody of their 15-year-old daughter because of a disputed medical diagnosis. She has been trapped against her will in a hospital (*zucht* en Brrrrr! en RT allemaal! @Terrebelius In the best interest of the child?
The U.S.Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has put the brakes to an order that the state hold hearings for more than 350 prisoners sentenced as juveniles to (On Hold: Parole Hearings For Juvenile Lifers In Michigan Prisons
'60000 Kids:' Department of Homeland Security In The Human Trafficking ... Acton Institute (blog) When DHS captures the coyotes, they will then often “deliver” the smuggled child to the parent, despite the illegality of the situation.
Seeking safety at youth prisons Albany Times Union She was also a key player in the Close to Home initiative, which got young offenders, many of whom were from New York City, treated near their homes rather than in far-flung upstate centers that...
Three decades after 6-year-old Etan Patz disappeared, police suddenly had a suspect. Then they chose not to record his interrogation, a decision that could affect their case. (“How in God’s name could you not record that interrogation?
Press Release issued Dec 23, 2013: In a series of interviews with national media outlets including CBS news, the head of the FBI's Behavioral Threat Assessment Center confirmed that school shooters are a new breed of serial killer...
INDIANAPOLIS - The Marion County Juvenile Detention Center in Indianapolis has restricted movements in some of its boys' living area after several recent violent incidents that have injured at least 10 staff members since Thanksgiving.