DJS In The News

6/26/2024Mural inspires detainees at Prince George's County youth detention center (WJLA TV)
5/3/2024Maryland gets tough on youth crime while trying to help young offenders thrive (NPR)
4/6/2024Juveniles in Maryland detention centers learn life lessons through basketball tournament (NBC4 Washington)
3/20/2024Girls in MD juvenile detention facility hear inspiring success stories (WMAR-TV)
2/12/2024Life coaches mentor Maryland teens most at risk of gun violence with the message: ‘You’re bigger than that’ (The Baltimore Sun)
1/31/2024Maryland’s juvenile services system is under fresh scrutiny. So now is Secretary Vincent Schiraldi (The Baltimore Sun)
1/30/2024Life coaches keeping kids off the streets in "Thrive Academy" program (WMAR-TV)
1/26/2024DJS Secretary: How we can help more young people thrive: Reader Commentary (The Baltimore Sun)
1/23/2024Can life coaches for kids help stop gun violence? Maryland hopes so. (The Washington Post)
1/18/2024Maryland Gov. Wes Moore creates executive office to aid children in need in effort to reduce juvenile crime (The Baltimore Sun)
1/10/2024Moore proposes first center to study gun violence as part of public safety package (The Baltimore Banner)
1/10/2024Moore highlights public safety measures one day before legislative session (Maryland Matters)
1/10/2024Torrey Snow Podcast: January 10th, 2024 - More Details on Victim Compensation, Secretary Vincent Schiraldi, and Road Diets (WBAL Radio) The interview with Secretary Schiraldi starts at 16:48.
1/9/2024Juvenile justice, crime among top priorities as legislative session begins (WMAR-TV)
1/9/2024Gov. Moore rolls out public safety legislative priorities; critics argue it lacks specifics and juvenile crime proposals (FOX45)
1/9/2024Maryland governor Wes Moore proposes groundbreaking gun violence and juvenile justice reforms (FOX5)
1/9/2024Victim compensation, gun violence reduction, police recruitment among Maryland Gov. Wes Moore’s 2024 criminal justice priorities (The Baltimore Sun)
1/9/2024Gov. Wes Moore proposes first state-level gun violence prevention center (The Washington Post)
1/9/2024Governor outlines 3 measures aimed at improving public safety in Maryland (WBAL-TV)
12/22/2023​More kids arrested in Baltimore this year are being detained instead of sent home​ (The Baltimore Banner)​
12/22/2023Department of Juvenile Service leaders weigh in on “Year End” review (WMAR-TV)
12/7/202320 more people sue Maryland, alleging abuse in state’s juvenile detention centers (The Baltimore Banner)
12/7/2023‘Scarred for life’: 20 women sue over alleged sexual abuse at Waxter detention facility in Maryland (The Baltimore Sun)
12/7/2023Problems persist in juvenile services schooling 2 years after transfer from education department (Capital News Service)
12/4/2023Department of Juvenile Services gets $750K in federal funds (WMAR-TV)
11/22/2023Youth crime in Maryland has been falling for a decade. What's behind the recent uptick? (WYPR's On the Record)
11/16/2023What happens to Baltimore teens arrested for stealing cars? Here’s what the data says (The Baltimore Banner)
11/8/2023Juvenile justice providers, advocates urge patience amid spike in some youth crimes (The Baltimore Banner)
11/8/2023'Enough is enough': Randallstown NAACP questions lack of urgency to address juvenile crime (FOX45)
11/8/2023City leaders demand stronger consequences for juvenile auto theft offenders (FOX45)
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