Research shows impact of juvenile court system

Sharon Davis, professor of sociology, talks about the issues surrounding the juvenile court system and low income families on Tuesday at the weekly faculty lecture series held in the Campus Center Ballroom. Davis said that there was a correlation between juvenile offenders who are in and out of the prison system and those who have gang affiliation. / photo by Shira O’Neal-Abend
Sharon Davis, professor of sociology, talks about the issues surrounding the juvenile court system and low income families on Tuesday at the weekly faculty lecture series held in the Campus Center Ballroom. Davis said that there was a correlation between juvenile offenders who are in and out of the prison system and those who have gang affiliation. / photo by Shira O’Neal-Abend

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