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Abramowitz added: "I think the challenge is that if they get arrested and are taken to a juvenile assessment center, or wherever, to be scored out, they are not going to meet detention criteria, because it's a misdemeanor.
8 million contract to guard the county's Juvenile Assessment Center, said the Herald.
The LSS 3000(TM) beta unit was installed at the Miami-Dade Juvenile Assessment Center (JAC) on August 6, 2000, and testing officially concluded on September 23, 2000.
Specifically, Smith was instrumental in the following programs: Project Payback--where juveniles pay restitution to victims by working for employers; PACE Center for Girls--for at-risk girls in Alachua County; The Reichert House--for at-risk boys; the Child Advocacy Center of Alachua County, and the Juvenile Assessment Center.
Those are the odds," said Sixth Judicial Circuit Public Defender Bob Dillinger, describing his circuit's comprehensive "one-stop shopping" of services at the Juvenile Assessment Center.