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NCJ Number: 165629 Find in a Library
Title: Summary of Testimony on the Juvenile Justice System Before the North Carolina Justice Fellowship Task Force: Fact Finding Hearings
Corporate Author: North Carolina Justice Fellowship Task Force
United States of America
Date Published: 1995
Page Count: 162
Sponsoring Agency: North Carolina Justice Fellowship Task Force
Raleigh, NC 27619
Sale Source: North Carolina Justice Fellowship Task Force
P.O. Box 18603
Raleigh, NC 27619
United States of America
Type: Legislative Hearing/Committee Report
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: Beginning in September 1994, the North Carolina Justice Fellowship Task Force held a series of six public hearings on the juvenile justice system in North Carolina.
Abstract: Hearings were held in Raleigh, Charlotte, Winston-Salem, Rocky Mount, Asheville, and Wilmington. Hearing participants included mayors, district attorneys, juvenile law enforcement officers, former and current district court judges, juvenile service providers, juvenile court counselors, pastors, academicians, and others. Testimony presented at the hearings on a wide range of topics is summarized. The goal is to help the North Carolina Justice Fellowship Task Force develop comprehensive policy recommendations aimed at reforming North Carolina's juvenile justice system and widening its focus.
Main Term(s): State juvenile justice systems
Index Term(s): Juvenile justice policies; Juvenile justice reform; North Carolina
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