According to a recent article, a new action plan released earlier this year seems to be pushing the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice in the right direction towards reform in the state’s juvenile prison system. “Over the past six months, we have made definitive progress to foster better life outcomes for youth in departmental custody,” IDJJ director Candice Jones said. On the flip side, longtime reform advocates say IDJJ still has some serious hurdles to clear. To read the rest of this story head to the Illinois Times.
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