Because Kids are Different: Five Opportunities for Reforming the Juvenile Justice System
MacArthur Foundation Status Report: Juvenile Justice in a Developmental Framework
Trends in Juvenile Justice
They're Not Monsters: the Roots of Young Girls' Violence article by Jeremiah Bourgeois, based on the book by Judith Ryder: Girls and Violence: Tracing the Roots of Criminal Behavior
- Reentry Starts Here: A Guide for Youth in Long-Term Juvenile Corrections and Treatment Programs This user-friendly guide is designed to help those working with youth in juvenile corrections and treatment programs prepare for reentry and success in their communities. The guide outlines how youth transitioning from corrections to the community can seek assistance from a parent or guardian, mentor, friend, teacher, and other key people. In addition, the publication includes steps that youth can take to address reentry challenges.
- All Children are Children is a report by the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) to challenge abusive punishments of juveniles.
- Interactive Map: Rates of Incarceration for each state broken out by race, ethnicity and gender Custody rates are calculated per 100,000 juveniles ages 10 through the upper age of original juvenile court jurisdiction in each State. Click on a state to see that state’s overall number of incarcerated youth, and breakdowns of incarcerated youth by race, ethnicity, and gender as compared to the general youth population in that state.