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Voir Dire: Conversations from the Harvard Kennedy School Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management
Transforming Juvenile Probation with Steve Bishop
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383,000 young people were placed on formal or informal probation supervision in 2014. Stephen Bishop, of the Annie E Casey Foundation, thinks that supervision needs to look different. He argues something basic, but powerful: less probation. Putting fewer young people on probation will free up probation resources to turn away from surveillance-based supervision to more constructive and therapeutic probation. We talk about that vision.