Issues: State agencies
Tow Foundation Report on Juvenile Justice Reform in Connecticut (short version)
This Connecticut Juvenile Justice Alliance report analyzes a decade of data to demonstrate how juvenile justice reform in the state was accompanied by a decrease in juvenile crime, violent crime and recidivism. By holding youth accountable through community based programs and using expensive alternatives, such as incarceration, sparingly, reforms have saved the state money as well.
The joint FWSN protocol between the Court Support Services Division of the Judicial Branch and the Department of Children & Families. The protocol provides effective diversion from the juvenile justice system and provides speedy and complete access to necessary services.
The Connecticut Juvenile Justice Strategic Plan: Moving from Plan to Action
The Connecticut Juvenile Justice Strategic Plan: Building Toward a Better Future