Source: (1997) Corrections Today 59 (December): 94-98.
In this article Simms highlights a legislative achievement in 1997 in Maryland to effect juvenile justice system reform from a restorative perspective. Simms examines key components of the juvenile justice system targeted by such reform: accountability for all involved in and affected by juvenile crime; resource allocation; probation and aftercare; sanctions, and prevention and intervention.
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