MacArthur Foundation Juvenile Justice Reform Models for Change program seeks to bring about changes in law, policy, and practice and to heighten interest in and provide models for juvenile justice reform nationwide.
New York City’s Latest Bail Reform Aims to Keep More Teens Out of Jail. They would be placed in the city’s Supervised Release Program with supervision, access to voluntary services and therapy.
Bench CardNational Juvenile Defender Center (2018) Ensuring Young People Are Not Criminalized for Poverty: Bail, Fees, Fines, Costs, and Restitution in Juvenile Court
UC Policy Advocacy Clinic (2018) Making Families Pay: The Harmful, Unlawful, and Costly Practice of Charging Juvenile Administrative Fees in California
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (2018) Resolution Addressing Fines, Fees, and Costs in Juvenile Courts
National Juvenile Defender Center (2017) The Cost of Juvenile Probation: A Critical Look into Juvenile Supervision Fees.
Juvenile Law Center (2016) Debtors' Prison for Kids? The High Cost of Fines and Fees in the Juvenile Justice System. Debtor’s Prison for Kids: Toolkit for Eliminating Costs, Fines, and Fees in the Juvenile Justice System.
Berkeley Law (March, 2016) High Pain, No Gain: How Juvenile Administrative Fees Harm Low-Income Families in Alameda County, California.