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OJJDP News At A Glance, September/October 2016

​The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) announces the availability of OJJDP News At A Glance, September/October. This issue’s top story and video Q&A between Administrator Listenbee and OJJDP Associate Administrator Kellie Blue highlight President Obama’s proclamation of October 2016 as National Youth Justice Awareness Month and OJJDP’s efforts to reform the juvenile justice system to ensure better outcomes for system-involved youth.

Other features in this issue—

OJJDP News At A Glance, September/October 2016 (NCJ 250280) is available online.


Date Created: October 27, 2016