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To fix our juvenile justice system, we need accountability for offenders

November 20, 2023

At our Oct. 30 County Council Public Safety Committee briefing on juvenile justice and crime, I discussed a recent case in which a teenager allegedly stole vehicles on more than one occasion, was apprehended by County Police multiple times, and each time was released by the State’s Department of Juvenile Services back into the community. Too often when considering juveniles who are alleged to have committed a crime, we attempt to minimize the community impact of these incidents.

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