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National League of Cities: Information Sharing to Support Juvenile Justice Reform

Published Oct 7, 2014, Laura Furr

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Cities are joining and strengthening a national juvenile justice reform movement.  Sharing information and aligning policy decisions among city agencies and with county and state juvenile justice partners are key steps that cities can take to further juvenile justice reform goals.

This brief outlines important first steps for a city’s stakeholder group charged with building an information sharing structure to enhance juvenile justice reform.

Categories: Dual status youth/multi-system collaboration

Uploaded Oct 8, 2014

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