Tag Archives: India

In Case You Missed It: The Week In Juvenile Justice

Our weekly review of juvenile justice news here and abroad. CHICAGO TEEN CHARGED AS ADULT: “A 16-year-old Gage Park High school student was sitting next to his bedroom window watching TV when a 15-year-old opened fire from the street outside, striking him in the neck and killing him, prosecutors said,” the Tribune reported Tuesday. “Rasaan
CONTINUE READING

In Case You Missed It: The Week In Juvenile Justice

Our weekly review of juvenile justice news here and abroad. CHICAGO TEEN IN ANTI-VIOLENCE PROGRAM CHARGED: “Tevin Lee seemed to be a West Side teen headed in the right direction, graduating from high school and working this summer at a church in a job designed to help prevent community violence,” the Tribune reported Thursday. “Charles
CONTINUE READING

In Case You Missed It: The Week In Juvenile Justice

Our weekly review of juvenile justice news here and abroad. CHICAGO DO HEADLINE-GRABBING DRUG BUSTS WORK? “Last month was a rather victorious month for Chicago law enforcement agencies, with huge drug busts and jail sentencing dominating headlines,” Dong Jin “DJ” Oh reported for the Chicago Bureau on Thursday. “On June 12, a joint operation by
CONTINUE READING

In Case You Missed It: The Week In Juvenile Justice

Our weekly review of juvenile justice news here and abroad. CHICAGO EXONEREE DIARIES: “Growing up in Humboldt Park, especially back in them days, back then as now, gang recruitment was so easy. The gangs would drive on kids like me. They knew my father had passed away. We lived in the neighborhood. My mom didn’t
CONTINUE READING