Juvenile Incarceration Rates Dropping in New Jersey as Result of Reforms

The number of juveniles jailed across New Jersey in the last eight years declined 60 percent, saving the state millions of dollars, according to a report released Wednesday by a nonprofit children's public policy and advocacy group.
October 25, 2012

The number of juveniles jailed across New Jersey in the last eight years declined 60 percent, saving the state millions of dollars, according to a report released Wednesday by a nonprofit children's public policy and advocacy group.

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