[C]oncerns about contagion have already required a substantial shift from normal probation protocols and will continue to do so as we prepare for a possible new wave of cases in the fall. However, this challenge also presents us with a unique opportunity to examine probation policies and outcomes ever more closely and to reorient the youth justice system’s goals.

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Press release: How Covid-19 Has Changed Juvenile Probation for Good