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Kelly McCutchen on WGAU 1340AM – Talking Juvenile Justice Reform in Georgia

| March 25, 2013

Listen to this radio interview of Georgia Public Policy Foundation’s Kelly McCutchen talk about juvenile justice reform in Georgia on talk radio station WGAU 1340AM in Georgia. The interview starts a couple of minutes into the show.

As Right on Crime signatory McCutchen points out, Georgia is spending more than $91,000 a year, per juvenile offender in a state facility. There are lower cost, more effective means of handling juvenile offenders that will save the state millions of dollars in the years to come.

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