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Past articles by Daryl:

OJJDP’s New Definition of DMC Raises Many Questions for Harp at Conference

By the time she was posing for pictures on the stage of a Hyatt Regency Washington ballroom just blocks from the Capitol with two teenagers with oversized black hoodies that had the words “We Are Not Gang Members” emblazoned on them, the Trump appointee to the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention had done a lot of explaining. → Read More

Parents of the Young Killed by Police Support Each Other, Keep on Showing Up

The parents who gathered on the steps of Brooklyn Borough Hall on a recent balmy Sunday morning came from different boroughs and ranged in age but all had one thing in common — all of them had buried a child who had been killed by the police. → Read More

New Yorkers Who March for Justice Reform: ‘We Have a Long Road Ahead of Us’

The civil rights marchers had gone about a mile and change into Wappinger Falls, a quaint village in Dutchess County, New York, when it was time for a bathroom break. → Read More

Troubled No More, Youths Bring Stories of Their Resilience to Probation Professionals

Twenty-two years seems like an awfully short time to already be talking about redemption. But the young man sitting on the velvet couch in the splendor of the Omni Parker House Hotel’s mezzanine is living proof that for someone who has survived the juvenile justice system in America, there is a fine line between ending your life and turning it around. → Read More

Juvenile Justice Reformers Driven by Memories of Mistakes in Their Less-informed Past

Adolphus Graves, the chief probation officer of Fulton County Juvenile Court in Atlanta, was driven to transform his juvenile justice system by the mistakes he made as a young probation officer. “I was a little wayward and misguided as a probation officer,” he said. “Knowing my times as a probation officer, and how many things I did horribly, or how many children that I irresponsibly, or… → Read More

Racial, Ethnic Disparities Stubbornly Endure in Juvenile Justice System, Expert Says

It’s crucial to have policies and practices based on objective criteria, Davis said. When professionals go with their gut, he or she is most likely to let bias sneak into the decision-making process. → Read More

Judge: Juvenile Justice System As Capable of Change As the Children They Try to Help

One of Judge Mark A. Ingram’s proudest memories in a long and storied career occurred years ago when a couple in his rural Idaho town invited a teen to their backyard barbecue, the same teen who had broken into their home and was sent to a residential treatment facility by the judge. → Read More

Rep. Kennedy Calls Juvenile Justice the Next Civil Rights Issue

Rep. Joseph Kennedy III drew on the spirit of his grandfather Robert F. Kennedy this morning, casting juvenile justice as an urgent civil rights issue in a rousing and eloquent keynote address at the inaugural Probation System Reform Symposiu → Read More

Second Chances, Spirituality Discussed at New Jersey Reentry Conference

The 3rd Annual Prisoner Reentry Conference in Jersey City last week was more than a wonky exchange between experts; there was a moral component that eclipsed the dry talk of policy proposals. → Read More

Truthworker Theatre Co. Puts the Spotlight on Solitary Confinement

A collaboration with an unusual theater group over the last few months has lifted the spirits of a man on death row and given his life renewed purpose. → Read More

Harlem Residents: We Asked City for Help, We Got a Raid Instead

Taylonn Murphy and Derrick Haynes know all about the pain of early graves. Both have lost family in a blood feud between the Manhattanville and Grant Houses in West Harlem where NYPD conducted a massive gang raid yesterday morning. “The terror that the many thousands of people who live there must have felt over these last several years,” NYPD Police Chief William J. Bratton said explaining his… → Read More