Conflict resolution, restorative mediation: Approaches help teens turn away from crime

Conflict resolution, restorative mediation: Approaches help teens turn away from crime

Between the moment juvenile offenders first feel handcuffs on their wrists to the second they hear a jail door slam behind them, they have many opportunities to turn away from crime. Even while they’re behind bars, programs have been developed to steer them toward positive, crime-free lives.

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