Keeping Kids Out of Court A primer on status offenses

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Overview

Every year, thousands of kids face charges in court, are held in detention, and end up in locked facilities for status offenses. This infographic explores the problem and explains how we can safely keep kids out of the justice system. 

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  • Alex Frank, Matthew Lowen, Kevin Maccioli, Shawn MacMaster, Selma Djokovic
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