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Resource ID: #28611
Subject: Juvenile Justice
Source: M. Abercrombie, J. Allen, J. Perez, K. Collesi, L. Dowdall, B. Ford, J. Fox, S. Grow, A. Hall, M. Hendley, D. Henry, M. Hughes-Shaw, C. Johnson, D. C. Johnson, C. Jones, M. Kruse, B. Kwan, G. Lasso, F. LaTona, P. Linehan, B. Mason II, L. Nichols,
Affiliation: News21
Date: August ?2020

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Topic and synopsis of story or series, including major findings: Kids Imprisoned is a multimedia investigation of juvenile justice in America. Student reporters investigated and researched this issue over the course of several months, uncovering a system fraught with sexual abuse, harsh treatment, poorly maintained facilities, racial inequalities nied faci and ​Staff misconduct records are difficult to obtain, and because juveniles are protected by privacy laws, their court documents are closed to the public. News?? contacted more than ?0 states for the number of documented cases of employee misconduct; nine responded with data.
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