Milwaukee Seeks to Improve Juvenile Incarceration


Milwaukee Seeks to Improve Juvenile Incarceration

By Frederica Freyberg | Here & Now

July 12, 2019 • Southeast Region

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Milwaukee County is looking into ways to change juvenile incarceration, proposing a $42 million renovation to its existing facility. County supervisor Marcelia Nicholson talks about how the county wants to improve conditions for its juvenile inmates, saying they want to use evidence-based solutions that go “beyond detention.”


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