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On the Senate side, the measure was co-sponsored by State Sen.
Nellie Pou (D-Paterson) who worked in conjunction with the County Prosecutors Association, the Attorney General’s Office, the Juvenile Justice Commission and the Administrative Office of the Courts on the legislation.
Sumter said she and Pou also toured three correctional facilities — Yardville, Bordentown and the Essex County Detention Center — to get a better understanding of how minors were treated behind bars.
“We really need to understand that in reality it is where the juvenile is ultimately sent to serve his or her sentence that will make the difference between a non-rehabilitated juvenile and a rehabilitated juvenile,” said Pou.
“We really have made an incredible change to our juvenile justice system,” Pou said.
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