L.A. County spends more than $233,000 a year to hold each youth in juvenile lockup

Los Angeles County’s juvenile detention system was designed in an era when youth crime was on the rise. The number of juvenile arrests has fallen dramatically in recent years. Some say the system has not kept up with this shift, and now it’s costing taxpayers money.A county audit found that the…

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