Youth Today Live at the JDAI Conference

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Once again, The Annie E. Casey Foundation has allowed the staff of Youth Today to skulk around the annual Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative conference, which brings together youth workers from around the country who are working with the foundation to lower the reliance on detention in juvenile justice systems.

This year's conference is at the Renaissance Washington Hotel here in Washington and we'll be posting updates on what's being discussed throughout both days of meetings. Check here regularly on Thursday and Friday for the latest updates.

The Opening Reception

Kelly on Morning Plenary Session

Boyle on Report from the Host Site

Kelly on Racial Disparities, Dually Involved Youth and The Urge to Protect and Provide

The Nose Knows: The Painful Void

Penn on Developments in Indian Country

Boyle on Undocumented Youth

Penn on Decontaminating Toxic Environments

Boyle on Reducing Special Detention Populations in Secure Custody

Abdul-Alim on Reducing Commitments and Out-of-Home Placements

Abdul-Alim on Police, Probation and Detention: A Cast Study in Collaboration

Kelly on Community Conferencing: Minimizing Court Involvement and Expanding Social Networks