It’s been more than a year since Mayor Bloomberg announced that he wanted to pull New York City kids out of state-run juvenile justice facilities, sending them instead to a new system of programs and lockups controlled by the city. Until recently, details of the city’s plan have been scarce: What would the city’s system [...]
The idea of reinvesting savings from one part of the child welfare system into another sounded perfectly logical when it was first proposed in a city strategy paper in 2001, especially to anyone unfamiliar with the vagaries of government social services funding. More than a decade ago, before Michael Bloomberg became mayor, New York City [...]
New York State is moving forward with plans to open its first psychiatric residence for kids with mental illness in the juvenile justice system. The planned facility, which will take over the site of a soon-to-close Brooklyn psychiatric hospital, is part of a large-scale reform effort to keep kids close to their homes and in [...]
If Governor Cuomo gets his way, New York State’s juvenile corrections facilities will lose one third of their capacity over the coming year. The governor’s executive budget, which he presented to lawmakers earlier today, predicts the state can save $22 million per year by downsizing and closing juvenile jails, cutting 376 of the current total [...]
A Department of Justice report found the New York’s juvenile correctional facilities in disarray. Now a growing number of young New Yorkers who have committed crimes enter alternative to incarceration programs, instead. Hear experts discuss the state’s juvenile justice system:
Child Welfare Watch, Vol. 12, Winter 2005/2006 (PDF) The Winter 2005/2006 edition of Child Welfare Watch reports on the city’s Family Court, the beginnings of reform, and the chaotic upsurge in cases following the Nixzmary Brown murder. Even before the rapid increase in abuse and neglect cases filed in Family Court since mid-January, the city’s [...]
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