Currently, children in California, no matter how young, can waive their Miranda rights whether they understand them or not. Senate
Students in foster care and those involved in the juvenile justice system need ongoing, on-the-ground support to ensure they have
The proposed legislation provides support to students who face barriers to their educational success through no fault of their own.
In 2015, California passed Senate Bill (SB) 794 which enacted key provisions of the federal Preventing Sex Trafficking and Strengthening
Launched in 2015, the groundbreaking Commercially Sexually Exploited Children (CSEC) Program is administered by the California Department of Social Services
In 2016, California signed into law Senate Bill (SB) 1322 which precludes minor victims of commercial sexual exploitation from being
NCYL is working nationally and in California to ban juvenile life without parole. Until 2012, the United States and Somalia
This California ballot measure adopted in 2016 will enhance public safety and help California replace its costly over reliance on