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Transcript of Symposium Proceedings: September 22-23, 1998. Community Supervision of Juveniles. Panel Discussion # 3.

June 4, 2015

Source: (1998) Southern Illinous Law Journal. 23:347.

Over two days in September 1998, a number of experts gathered at Southern Illinois University School of Law to discuss juvenile justice issues. This particular panel discussion focused on community supervision of juveniles. Participants included a research scientist in juvenile justice, an attorney and associate professor in juvenile justice, a juvenile justice program professional, and others. The discussion covered a number of statistical and policy aspects of juvenile offending and corrections. The participants presented a broad range of options and points of view on ways to deal with juvenile offenders.


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