In-Person Visits, New Underwear, More Counseling: Key Changes Sought in California Juvenile Detention

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Photos courtesy of Tracie Cone, Board of State and Community Corrections.

This is one view from the Stanislaus Juvenile Hall exercise yard.

Should youth incarcerated in California juvenile halls and camps be entitled to new underwear? Should family and friends be assured that their visits to youth in detention facilities be in person rather than through video screens? Should these youth be guaranteed more time outdoors for exercise and fresh air . . .

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