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Fighting Juvenile Crime Through Art

by WKSU's JAYNE EIBEN


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Today the Ohio Department of Youth Services released a plan intended to decrease the odds that a youth released from a juvenile prison will return. It focuses on providing more job training and helping youths find employment. As Cuyahoga County Juvenile authorities consider a new facility, officials there are hoping to stem the flow of repeat offenders through its arts program. WKSU contributor Jayne Eiben visited the program and filed this reports.
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