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We provide research and data-driven strategic consulting. We work to ensure that children, youth, and families are safe and supported in their communities.
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BPRAC Sep 17
Watchdog slams safeguards for foster kids on psych drugs
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Smart on Crime Texas Jul 13
As Texas’ incarceration rate declined over the past decade, the crime rate trended downward too. We can reduce the number of people in prison and cut crime at the same time. Getting smart on crime is good for communities, families, and taxpayers.
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BPRAC Jul 10
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NCJFCJ Jun 19
National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges Statement Regarding the Separation Policy at the U.S. Border
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BPRAC Jun 18
Effect of worker contacts on risk of child maltreatment recurrence among CPS-involved children and families:
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BPRAC Jun 18
Separating parents from their kids at the border contradicts everything we know about children's welfare
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Erin Manske Jun 11
We know some groups are overrepresented in the system. That's why Hennepin County, community partners, and are working to create a new assessment tool. We need your input - check out this FB event to learn more:
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BPRAC Jun 13
Don’t Let Some Reforms Blind You to Enduring Fight Against Racial Disproportionality
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BPRAC Jun 6
Effect of worker contacts on risk of child maltreatment recurrence among CPS-involved children and families:
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BPRAC May 23
Breaking LA’s Foster-Care-to-Homelessness Pipeline
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BPRAC May 22
How Foster Care Works in the United States
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Annie E. Casey Fdn May 9
New report, Transforming Juvenile Probation, looks at how fails youth. Fixing probation can reform :
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Justice Policy May 9
should promote personal growth, behavior change and long-term success for young people. Instead, it’s keeping kids locked in . Read the new report from and follow them to stay updated
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BPRAC May 1
Federal Housing Discrimination Still Hurts Home Values in Black Neighborhoods
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BPRAC Apr 25
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BPRAC Apr 2
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The Atlantic Mar 20
Watch: An inside look at juvenile detention from
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NYT Opinion Mar 23
The “superpredator myth” ushered in a wave of intensified policing and harsher sentences that fueled mass incarceration. Something similar is happening today.
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NJISJ Mar 22
NJ has the worst Black/white incarceration disparity rates for youth in the nation. Read report on how New Jersey must stop criminalizing children of color and how we can lead the nation in racial justice:
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