In Ohio, youth who are incarcerated are more likely to reoffend and have less success in education and employment. In AOF’s latest webinar on Ohio’s juvenile justice system, speaker Erin Davies from the Ohio Juvenile Justice Coalition shared how Ohio reduced the number of kids facing jail time and the latest numbers on Ohio kids in the juvenile justice system.
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- Bring Youth Home report & infograhic (Ohio Juvenile Justice Coalition)
- Juvenile Justice Fact Sheets (Ohio Juvenile Justice Alliance)
- Children of Incarcerated Parents (National Institute of Corrections)
- Adolescent Children of Incarcerated Parents: A Developmental Perspective (National Criminal Justice Reference Service)
View the video of the webinar on YouTube
View the webinar slides