Locking up juveniles may plant seeds of more crime

SSD Staff

Incarcerating the young is often counterproductive, new research by Joseph John Doyle, PhD'02, shows.  If you’re sentenced to juvenile incarceration,” he says, “you’re twice as likely to go into adult prison by 25.” (MIT Sloan, HANDOUT)


July 17, 2013 | Mary Schmich

The Chicago Tribune