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May 15, 2017

There are currently 278 prisoners in New Jersey’s Juvenile Justice System. The vast majority are black (75 percent) and male: only 11 of those being held are female. Ages range from 14 to 19 and older, and they have been incarcerated for a range of offenses: crimes against persons, violation of parole, crimes against property, drugs, disturbing public order, and drugs. Many prisoners have been convicted of multiple crimes.

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