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Regional teams to offer ideas for juvenile justice reform

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The number of juveniles arrested in New York has been on the decline, dropping 9 percent since 2011 in upstate counties. Officials are taking steps to ensure that the trend continues. The state recently established eight regional youth justice teams to provide local input into state efforts to reform the juvenile justice system. The Capital Region team held its inaugural meeting Wednesday at the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany. The event drew about 40 representatives ...


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