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May 11

CCLP Opposes DOJ’s Proposed Elimination of Questions on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity in National Crime Victimization Survey

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Today, the Center for Children’s Law and Policy submitted comments to the Bureau of Justice Statistics at the U.S. Department of Justice opposing the agency’s proposal to rescind questions in the National Crime Victimization Survey that allow youth to identify their sexual orientation and gender identity. As CCLP notes…

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Feb 15

New CCLP Report Concludes New York’s Close to Home Initiative Benefits Youth, Families, and Communities

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On February 21, CCLP released a report on the implementation of Close to Home by…

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Feb 13

JDAI Expands in Arkansas with CCLP’s Support

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Initiative Now Reaches a Third of State’s Youth Population

On January 23, CCLP staff members Tiana Davis and Jason Szanyi traveled to Little Rock, Arkansas, to help officially launch the Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative in Pulaski County. Pulaski County is the third JDAI site in Arkansas, and it is the…

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Feb 13

CCLP’s Assessments of Youth Facility Conditions Spur Major Reforms

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Reports in Kentucky, Maine Lead to New Protections for Kids

CCLP was asked by officials in Kentucky and Maine to conduct assessments of conditions of confinement of youth in those states. CCLP, along with a team of experts, visited four juvenile detention facilities throughout the state of Kentucky, generating reports…

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Feb 13

Center for Children’s Law and Policy Launches Project to Improve Equity and Fairness in Youth Arrest and Diversion

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Four Police Agencies Sought for New Law Enforcement Leadership For Equity Initiative

 

Today,…

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