Report offers reform plan for Va. juvenile justice system
The report was designed to "set the record straight" about the juvenile justice system and its impact
By Sarah Hutchins
HAMPTON ROADS, Va. — Dozens of Hampton Roads families shared their experiences in the juvenile justice system as part of a critical national report released this week.
Justice for Families, a national alliance of advocacy organizations, authored the report, which included information collected by Families & Allies of Virginia's Youth, said Almeta Harrington of the state group.
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