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They’re government officials tasked with overhauling long-neglected juvenile agencies and turning around the lives of at-risk youths. Our juvenile justice series continues with Donald DeVore and Vincent Schiraldi, top officials in Maryland and D.C. Join us as we discuss new efforts to share information across government agencies and jurisdictions, and explore how day-to-day decisions impact the lives of young people and the communities they live in.
- Donald DeVore Secretary of Juvenile Services, State of Maryland
- Vincent Schiraldi Director, D.C. Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services
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