Injuries in Md. Juvenile Justice Facilities Spike in 2008   In response to a restraint programming change in late 2007 newspapers are reporting that — Injuries in Maryland Juvenile Justice Facilities Spike in 2008. It does not take a rocket scientist to figure out that based on an 88% increase in the number of injuries [...]

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TTAPR on June 19th, 2009

The brutal murder of a young Lockport group home employee is just one more indictment of the current juvenile justice policies of Gladys Carrion, commissioner of the New York Office of Children and Family Services. The group home murder, the recent near riot and frequent AWOLs from Randolph House in Cattaraugus County and the shooting [...]

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Judge rules that the use of prone restraint is NO basis for a lawsuit.  Judge Daniel Didier said there was not basis for the lawsuit filed against the Ocean View School District, two teachers and the city of Huntington Beach.  The lawsuit alleged that the teachers placed the child in a face down restraint to [...]

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