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Confining Youth for Profit

Published Sep 14, 2015, National Juvenile Justice Network

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In this publication, NJJN's member organizations (in 40 states) recommend ending the use of for-profit private youth confinement facilities of all kinds because they encourage the incarceration of youth and the elimination of services youth need to succeed; and because making money on keeping youth in bondage is morally wrong.

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