juvenile crime http://kuow.org en Does Jailing Juveniles Lead To More Crime? http://kuow.org/post/does-jailing-juveniles-lead-more-crime <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong>When kids are convicted of crimes, judges often have a choice: they can send those kids to jail, or they can place them in programs that don’t involve incarceration. Options include electronic home monitoring, group care or work crews. <a href="http://nber.org/papers/w19102">According to a new study </a>from the National Bureau of Economic Research, sending juvenile offenders to jail can have dire consequences for their futures. The study finds that kids who spend time in jail are 22 percent more likely to end up in jail as adults, and 13 percent less likely to graduate from high school. Read about it&nbsp;<a href="http://nber.org/papers/w19102">here.</a></p><p style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); line-height: normal; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 13px;">How are juvenile offenders punished here Washington state? David Hyde find out from Paul Holland, Associate&nbsp;Dean for Academic Affairs and Associate Law Professor at Seattle University.</p><p style="color: rgb(34, 34, 34); line-height: normal; font-family: arial, sans-serif; font-size: 13px;"> Wed, 19 Jun 2013 18:45:07 +0000 the conversation with ross reynolds 15233 at http://kuow.org Does Jailing Juveniles Lead To More Crime? New Bill Aims To Restrict Access To Wash. State Juvenile Offense Records http://kuow.org/post/new-bill-aims-restrict-access-wash-state-juvenile-offense-records <p></p><p>A new bill will be proposed this week in the Washington state Legislature that aims to limit access to the criminal records of juvenile offenders.</p><p> Wed, 23 Jan 2013 00:36:13 +0000 Jamala Henderson 6969 at http://kuow.org Budget Fallout: Juvenile Re-Arrest Rates Spike After Parole Cut http://kuow.org/post/budget-fallout-juvenile-re-arrest-rates-spike-after-parole-cut <a href="http://cpa.ds.npr.org/northwestnews/audio/2013/01/010913AJ_JuvenileParole_web.mp3" class="asset-audio"></a><p>OLYMPIA, Wash. – We’re starting to see real world fallout from some of the state budget cuts made in last few years. One of the clearest examples in Washington is juvenile parole. It turns out that the chief suspect in a recent high profile bar shooting had committed a previous murder – but did not qualify for intensive parole supervision because of cutbacks. Tue, 15 Jan 2013 15:10:52 +0000 Austin Jenkins 6600 at http://kuow.org Budget Fallout: Juvenile Re-Arrest Rates Spike After Parole Cut King County Prosecutor Aims For Tougher Gun Penalties For Kids http://kuow.org/post/king-county-prosecutor-aims-tougher-gun-penalties-kids <p></p><p>King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg is pushing for tougher penalties for kids that commit crimes with guns in Washington state.&nbsp; Under current rules a judge can call for detention for up to 30 days for the first gun offense.&nbsp; Under the proposed change, juvenile offenders would get a mandatory 10 days in detention after the first offense. Fri, 30 Nov 2012 19:59:28 +0000 Ross Reynolds 4421 at http://kuow.org