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Communities have asked law enforcement agencies to assume an increased leadership role in addressing this serious juvenile crime problem.
One new approach focuses on learning how adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) increase the likelihood that a young person will engage in violent crime.
Recognizing the correlation between ACEs and illegal activity equips police departments to participate in a holistic community-action plan heavier on treatment for troubled youths and lighter on traditional incarceration.
I wrote this article for anyone connected with the juvenile justice system. I hope you find it useful on your journey to being trauma informed.
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