Op-ed noted CT Voices' history of' involvement in juvenile justiceMORE »
Our juvenile justice work seeks to
- Reduce the number of children and youth involved in the juvenile justice system -- and improve outcomes for children and youth who are involved -- through best practices that keep children and youth in school; keep children, youth, schools, and communities safe; address academic, mental health, and behavioral health needs as early as possible; provide children and youth with developmentally-appropriate services; and reduce recidivism.
- Reduce inequities in the juvenile justice system attributable to poverty and race.
Learn more about juvenile justice issues and related resources.
- February 2013
This report outlines some of the proposals affecting children contained within Governor Malloy’s proposed budget, as well as their likely impacts – highlighting proposed changes in stat
- August 2012
Connecticut has made great improvements in recent years in its treatment of young people who have committed crimes. As this issue brief for candidates outlines, going forward, Connecticut nee
- February 2012
As Connecticut families continue struggling to emerge from the Great Recession, policymakers must ensure that state budget changes do not undermine our prospects for recovery, in both the short and