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Feb 2021
Wednesday
The pandemic has forever changed the way businesses operate and we can expect to see a shift to even more online applications as we look forward to 2021.
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17
Dec 2020
Thursday
Solitary confinement is defined as the isolation of an incarcerated individual for 22 to 24 hours per day sometimes lasting for weeks, months, and in some cases, even years. The only interactions a detainee can expect during solitary are brief ...
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7
Dec 2020
Monday
Juvenile probation is a form of sentencing that allows justice-involved youth to remain in their communities while under the supervision of the court. During the probationary period, a youth may be required to follow certain terms or conditions. ...
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18
Nov 2020
Wednesday
Girls are different from boys—an obvious statement that isn’t so obvious in much of the juvenile-justice system. In the past, girls historically made up a smaller percentage of the juvenile justice system. However, the number of girls entering the ...
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Nov 2020
Wednesday
Every day in the U.S., one in five children are struggling with significant mental health issues. These diagnoses take many different forms— attention deficit disorder, depression, and anxiety are among the most common— but all of them, left ...