Masked Marauder Strikes Again!

Be sure to read today’s NYT editorial “Juvenile Detention Trap,” on New York City’s struggle to revamp its JJ system. A taste:

Thanks to innovative policies, New York City has begun to reduce the number of low-level young offenders who are sent to state-run detention facilities. Many are now diverted to community-based programs where they can receive mental health and counseling services. That’s a good thing, since more than 80 percent of young men who are sentenced to detention facilities end up arrested again within three years.

To read the backlog of recent NYT editorials on JJ in America, click here, here, here, here and here.

Reveal yourself, masked marauder — we have much to discuss! (Oh, and while I’m at it, what’s up with the Bill Kristol hire? I mean, seriously…)


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