An annual nonpartisan study adds more weight to advocates’ argument that civil citations — which lead to community service and intervention programs — are more effective and beneficial for juveniles than arrests. Miami-Dade County led the state in 2014-15 in using citations over arrests, the study found.
An annual nonpartisan study adds more weight to advocates’ argument that civil citations — which lead to community service and intervention programs — are more effective and beneficial for juveniles than arrests. Miami-Dade County led the state in 2014-15 in using citations over arrests, the study found. Carl Juste The Miami Herald Staff
An annual nonpartisan study adds more weight to advocates’ argument that civil citations — which lead to community service and intervention programs — are more effective and beneficial for juveniles than arrests. Miami-Dade County led the state in 2014-15 in using citations over arrests, the study found. Carl Juste The Miami Herald Staff

For more juvenile offenders, it’s a citation rather than arrest

September 14, 2016 1:48 PM

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