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A companion web site for the Frontline (PBS) program of the same name which aired on January 30, 2001. Includes facts and... see more

This NPR site features a story regarding a young female prisoner who became a model prisoner when incarcerated. The... see more

Photographic history of the first house of refuge, which opened in 1825, located in New York on Randall's Island.

This is a 2006 report from the National Center for Juvenile Justice. The report contains chapters on: Juvenile... see more

A report on youth violence prepared by the Department of Health and Human Services under the direction of the Office of... see more

The American Probation and Parole Association, which administers the National Youth Court Center, developed Peer Justice... see more

Sample assignment/discussion Click on Frontline website. Choose and view... see more

Sound Portraits' radio documentaries (broadcast on NPR's All Things Considered and Weekend Edition) are audio profiles of... see more

Female Gangs have long been overlooked in the gang literature. While the gang has been long seen as a fundamentally male... see more

This is the amazing story of the 1960s Conservative Vice Lords and one of greatest, and most tragic, missed opportunities... see more

This site, sponsored by the National Criminal Justice Reference Service, presents information on gangs and criminal... see more

A grasp of the current conflict surrounding the responsibility and direction of the juvenile justice system becomes more... see more

Discussion of the juvenile justice system, reported versus unreported victimization, structure of the juvenile justice... see more

Judge Jeremiah, a Rhode Island juvenile court judge, and Matthew, a 17 year old repeat offender, were given tape... see more

This 74 page report details comprehensive gang threat assessment information collected from throughout the United States... see more

This site concerns the incarceration of youth in the United States. Children in the United States are being prosecuted as... see more

Developed by the National Youth Court Center, the National Youth Court Guidelines are designed to give youth courts... see more