ICJ Director Publishes Article in The Advocate

Nearly everyone we lock up at 20 is going to get out by the time they are 30. This paper by ICJ’s Executive Director raises the question, wouldn’t we all be better off if we handled those young people with a bit more compassion? Actually invested in their treatment rather than simply locking them up for years in a cell that is probably smaller than the pens that animal rights groups argue we should NOT use for the restraint of animals?

Shared Responsibility:  The Young Adult Offender [pdf file]
by Rebecca Ballard DiLoreto

The Advocate, the newsletter of the Kentucky Department of Public Advocacy