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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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