Young people live much of their lives online. But what happens when their digital activities result in real-life consequences with law enforcement, the justice system, or school?
For the past several months, the Youth Justice Board has researched that question; they interviewed dozens of experts and held focus groups with young people to learn the answer. The result: proposed policy recommendations to improve justice and school disciplinary consequences for online activities and to ensure youth and their families understand their rights and responsibilities.
Please join us on Tuesday, June 18 at 4:30 PM to hear the Youth Justice Board’s findings and a preview of their recommendations, and to discuss them with the members of the Board. The Board will publish its final report at the end of June.
Please feel free to bring colleagues with you, and we encourage you to forward the invitation to others who may be interested in the event.