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p.5 Juveniles constitute 1,200 of the 1.5 million people housed in federal and state prisons in this country, and nearly 200,000 youth enter the adult criminal­justice system each year, most for non­violent crimes. On any given day, 10,000 juveniles are housed in adult prisons and jails. These children lose more than their freedom when they enter adult prisons; they lose out on the educational and psychological benefits offered by juvenile­detention facilities. Worse, they are much more likely to suffer sexual abuse and violence at the hands of other inmates and prison staff. p.5

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