Juvenile Justice, New York House of Refuge in 1825

One of the most significant historical reforms used in dealing with the juvenile offender was the opening of the New York House of Refuge in 1825.

Research this classic institution and define the social and judicial consequences of this reform movement in the Juvenile Justice System. Share your assessment of the ground breaking work that took place and how it compares to our current child saving movement.

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