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Superior Court Issues Order Regarding Access to Juvenile Records

September 02, 2021

On September 1 the Superior Court of the District of Columbia issued Administrative Order 21-11 authorizing the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council (CJCC) to inspect, compile, and analyze data regarding programming provided by the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services.

The CJCC may use the data for the purposes described in D.C. Code § 24-906.02, but it shall not disclose this information to any other person or for any other purpose without prior approval of the D.C. Superior Court chief judge.

 

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