Title

Second of a two-part series on Maine's juvenile justice system. The juvenile ju

Authors

Bob Young

Source

Casco Bay Weekly

Date

2-10-1994

Pages

1, 7-13

Abstract

Second of a two-part series on Maine's juvenile justice system. The juvenile justice system in Maine is overburdened, due not only to the increase in offenses perpetrated by juveniles but also because of a lack of funding for early prevention programs, probation officers and tracker and other alternative programs. Some critics of the current state of affairs say that what's needed is a leadership that prioritizes matters and then funds the programs that can make a difference in the lives of juvenile offenders. Details.

Subjects

Criminal justice

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