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June 18, 2008

Juvenile prevention programs do work

The latest national report on child well-being gives North Carolina a thumbs up for some ways we're addressing juvenile crime and delinquency. The state's use of Juvenile Crime Prevention Council services helped reduce the retention and commitment rate of youngsters aged 10-15 as well as the percent of youths in custody for nonviolent offenses.

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