System Failure 

California's Response to Youth Crime

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THE MAKING OF A CRIMINAL
Cyrioco Robinson has been in and out of juvenile hall and jail fifteen times. The experience didn't really punish him, but it didn't rehabilitate him either. By Kathleen Richards

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THE UNMAKING OF A JUSTICE SYSTEM
Juvenile arrests and detentions are down across the entire state. But don't assume that's because youth crime has been reduced. By Kathleen Richards

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