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4th Annual Juvenile Justice Summit

The CJCC, along with juvenile justice stakeholders, staff working with system-involved youth, community-based organizations, parent and youth leaders, hosted the fourth annual Juvenile Justice Summit: Transforming Youth, Families, and the Juvenile Justice System to Build a Stronger and Healthier Community. This juvenile justice summit attracted over 200 participants and for the first time in its history included an all day Youth Leadership Track.

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