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Old 02-10-2009, 02:07 AM
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Hello my grandson was sent to the Indiana Department of Corrections Juvinile Correctional Facility on Christmas eve of 2008. We have no ideal on how long he will be there. The judge did not say. He will turn 18 in October of this year. If any of you have dealt with Indiana and there juvinile system please give me any information that you can. Thank you very much
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Old 02-10-2009, 02:33 PM
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roberta hi and i am sorry to hear about your grandson..i have no info on indy juvie...
and i hate to say this but there's usually not much activity on the juvenile board.. i do so hope someone will come along...to answer your questions.... maybe you can contact the place he is at?
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Hi all, just wanted to introduce myself. I have a son that has been involved in the system since age 9. He is now 10 and I am still going to court for some charges for him. It seems they do not want to easily drop the charges, but I always go and argue that he is in a treatment center and he is not well. But eh...do they care? His public defender is a joke. The prosecutor seems to defend him more than she does. But the judge keeps continuing his case. I have to go back in early April. Seems it never ends and he is not progressing. It is exhausting and stressful. I am afraid to think about his future.
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Question White River Juvenile Detention Center, Batesville, Arkansas

I live in Fl and have a grandson in the above TITLED jail. If anyone can bring me up to speed on the conditions of the facility and behavior of stafft, he's 14 and his 1st time in trouble - but he is facing alot of trouble.

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Found this site while looking for information on juvenile system, my son was in a detention center for a few months then went to a residential program for 6 months at 16yrs old. He was home in June all was (so I thought) going great, he obtained his GED while in program, enrolled in community college and had a part time job. Then in barely 2 months home he got into trouble again and is back in a dentention center. This gave me a chance to back track and look at some changes that almost as I put it was like flipping a switch at 15yrs old. The clinicians have now assessed him and agree we are looking at a bi polar diagnosis (I am a nurse) I can definitely see this now and the cycles and patterns. He will be starting on medication in a few days, I actually am surprised how involved they kept me and wanted my input even as to what med I might feel comfortable with starting.
I would love to hear from anyone dealing with any issues like this and anyone that might have suggestions in just coping with your child being in a detention center.
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Hello All. My name is Julie. I have a 19 yr. old son who was just placed in the custody of the WV Division of Juvenile Services for 1 yr. We are a very close family & this has been absolutely heart wrenching for me & his 2 sisters, ages 18 & 22. All we do is cry. We can only talk to him twice a week for 10 min. We can only visit him on the weekends for 1 hour. He's 2 hours away from home. We've never been away from each other. I feel like I'm going to lose my mind. I can't sleep, eat or even think straight. If anyone has any advice, I'm open to anything.
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Hi...I'm Dave and I have a 15-year-old cousin that I am close to in jail right now for assault on another kid...they were fighting and both were taken to jail
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I really dont no if this is where I should be or not.But im gonna tell my story.My son has been in Juvenile sense he was 15 he just recently got sent to adult when he turned 17.It was by his choice he got told that in juvenile he would get no time off his sentence for GED or any other programs he took.his only choice was to go to adult.I dont think this is right,What about our children? they need this to give them something to work for.To let them no if they do better they have something to look forward to.My son sat in juvenile with nothing to do but school.You sit with your hands beside you if you make a move you are sent to your room.The guards taunt you.They have nothing else to do either.Except watch them.My son was sent to IYC JOLIET.I have had guards from the adult prison tell me that place is BAD.They would rather be in adult.
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My name is Mary. I am from Michigan. I have been dealing with Juveniles for 4 years now. I have a 14 year old son who is finally doing his best to stay out of the system. (two more younger than he) I had come to the point that I personally had to put him in just to get him away from drugs and the negative friends who supplied him. I have tried many many resources before that final step and was so scared as a parent to make that final step. I mean...who would lock up their own child?? What happend in my case was that the judge STILL was going to let him come home and I had to stand there and plead with her (in front of everybody) to keep him. It was the hardest thing I had ever had to do but my hands were tied. I had to try and save his life! The drugs took him over. We got his attention and he is home now. He spent his whole summer in a detention center and is now on tether and in an Intensive Outpatient program for his drug addiction. It takes up so much of his time that I dont worry as much but boy did I feel like I was sending a kindergardener to school for the first time since he went back. Its like starting all over again. He has to find the strength within himself to steer clear of those negative friends, the drugs that are redily available to him and all the "past history" that he has come back into in school. Its going to be rough and I stand behind him 100%. He is doing very well. I am his backbone. I am his strength. I am his mom.
All this because I love him and want him to have a chance in life as a healthy adult.
He has joined us out here on PTO and will be helping us grow too! Giving others like him advice and support. His introduction will be coming soon. (Right after he goes to school, Program, gets his house chores done and football practice.)
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Default Hi,my name is Stephanie :-)

My 15 y/o son Ryan has been in the Juvenile system [Wayne County,Michigan] since about October of 07. I'm actually the one who got the ball rolling;and now sorely regret it .

We have four children,that includes Ryan...I was an overwhelmed Mom,with a husband who was working a lot of hours,unable to help much;his school was putting a lot of pressure on me to get him "medicated",ect. He wasn't so much "breaking the law";just acting out at home,not listening,not coming home by curfew,mostly all minor things...however I knew if something wasn't done it was going to escalate.

Looking back now,we were not the best parents we could've been...I was always very close to his 3 sisters while not so much with him,I know he felt left-out to a huge extent;and with Dad being at work so much,nobody was there to be his "best-friend" so to speak.That and he had developed a "temper" from his Dad...by the time he hit Jr High,it was going down-hill.

Now things have improved at home,his Dad's work-shift is better;our relashionship is better;Ryan really wants to come home and I actually want him home,I KNOW he has changed...but it's too late...the "State" [Referee/Workers/Ect] doesn't seem to want to release him,all they are looking at is all his "negatives";they missed all the "positve" that we see,the people who REALLY KNOW HIM,his family!

He is like a new-kid to us,we see it...all they see is his "institutionalized" side though;the side that is just frustrated/tired of all the lock-up's;all the people,ect.In addition his health needs have been neglected to a large extent.

If you happen to read this,and you are in my shoes,fed-up with your child,whatever...my advice...PLEASE;think twice before you allow them to get mixed-up with the Juvenile System...try everything you can,including looking at your own parenting-skills/any improvements that can be made on your end.

Once they have your child...you have little to no rights,even to protect them from harm.And harm can come from the very people who claim to have the "best interest" of your child in mind!
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Old 02-15-2010, 10:37 AM
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I could not have said it better my self my son is now in prison, and when he went to juvenile hall he thought he was then the cool kid. I believe by him going to juvenile hall it made matters worse!
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I am Capital-X most people call me "X". I'm an ex-offender. I started out in juvi then graduated to the state pen. Now I do a lot work with at risk youth. I'm a strong advocate of education and rehabilitation oppose to incarceration because truth be told, the first time I walked into a "Youth Correctional Facility" I was just a troubled teen trying to find my place in the world that made a mistake. Adapting to the environment I was placed in I didn't have a choice but to become hardened and I left, a criminal. Dehumanized and unemployable. I introduce alternative forms of education in both schools and institutions now. I work with adults as well but more enjoy working with the youth to try and give them some hope using my wasted youth as an example. It was hope that finally helped me break free from the web of the system after 28 years of being stuck, serving life on the installment plan.
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Hello All. My name is Julie. I have a 19 yr. old son who was just placed in the custody of the WV Division of Juvenile Services for 1 yr. We are a very close family & this has been absolutely heart wrenching for me & his 2 sisters, ages 18 & 22. All we do is cry. We can only talk to him twice a week for 10 min. We can only visit him on the weekends for 1 hour. He's 2 hours away from home. We've never been away from each other. I feel like I'm going to lose my mind. I can't sleep, eat or even think straight. If anyone has any advice, I'm open to anything.
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I have already mentioned this man in another post and most likely will many more times because his story just had such an impact on me. Nelson Mandela. When Nelson Mandela was sentenced to prison for LIFE, he said that from the first day he entered prison he began preparing himself for his release. He said that everyday he worked towards that and that he envisioned himself one day, walking out of prison and becoming President. That to most would seem an unrealistic vision for a LIFER to have. But sure enough, 27 years later, that is just what happened. With all the love and support Mandela received he was freed and as we all know, did become President of South Africa.
My point is, instead of letting your sons incarceration batter you and your daughters, maybe you can turn your focus instead into encouraging your son, and helping him prepare for his inevitable release. Focusing on that, may well relieve some stress and worry and make the time pass much quicker.
I didn't envision becoming President, but I envisioned leaving prison with a high school diploma and going to college. I worked towards that and envisioned it everyday following Mandela's lead. I wanted to study music, so my family and friends sent me books on music that I read, and in college, I excelled.
Planning, focusing on, working towards and preparing for his release, who knows, may just turn your stress, more towards joy. My prayers go out. Peace and progress always. "X"
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Hi! My husband and I both have worked with juveniles for 20+ years. We both have been to prison and we both try to spread the realities of prison to young people. My husband and I tell the kids :If you can't listen, you got to feel" Some get and some don't. I have worked in juvenile detention, ran two group homes; (boys and girls) started Drug Court, Family Court, Carteens, put resource officers in the schools, an alternative school and a Saturday program with resitution and community service attached, and these kids are still going away...What more does the community want? BTW I am a grant writer and program specialist for juveniles. How about if we bring back the old concept of parenting you child yourself..not waiting for the school, court or the State to parent your child, because they are LOUSY parents. It is frustrating when there is no cooperation from these kids parents, if they even have parents who care. All the program and money in the worl will never stop juveniles from entering the system early if discipline does not start at home first!
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New here-Maxx 36 yr old male-been working as a low paid staff member in a few juvenile placements/treatment facilities---they are jails for kids


been doing this work for about 5 yrs and I'm disgusted with it all

kids are not kids they are hardcore criminals -mostly from Philly


staffing situation is crazy-hiring 21 yr old little females to work in a violent hands on facility-people are getting hurt everyday and the thugs do whatever they want

if the victems only knew how easy these kids have it inside--basketball,movies ,pizza, candy, soda and they get to lift weights all the time to get even stronger than they already were

maybe SOME facilities, but not where i was bro. i was in youth prison with kids that had killed thier parents. not fun, jail. real jail.
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I live in NJ and my son has been in the detention center for two weeks awaiting sentencings on five charges he got them while on probation he is 17 he is not a bad kid just alot of bad choices.I have comcast and they do not handle collect calls so they gave me a number of securetech I believe it was and they do not handle the detention center he is at I am lost as to what to do I have searched online for hours trying to figure this out and I am no closer to any answer I really need help he is at honors level and can not use his phone privlige.It is in Toms River Nj.Thank you.
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Call the place your son is at and find out what company they use for collect calls. You might be able to set up a prepaid account directly with them.
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Hi, my name is Jule and my son could possibly be certified as an adult tomorrow. He is 16 1/2, bipolar, poly-substance abuse, it is a VERY long and dragged out story and (2am) I am rushing to keep printing out material that my $15k attorney should have been doing. But I wanted to register because I myself am in tears reading all of these horror stories. Not on one site but everywhere. I would like to get involved regardless of if my son stays or is transferred. So I stopped by to introduce myself (first time joining a forum and disclosing anything about myself but that is how strongly I feel about how the LAW must be followed and here the WONDERFUL Hell of Las Vegas the law also needs to be redefined to make sense and not be so loosely written. I look forward to getting more involved and have an extensive background of making sure that I work as hard as possible to get what needs to be done done. Something needs to change!! I am sure we all might not have the same opinion so if I offend anyone that was certainly not my intent so please try to view what I write with keeping in mind I am brand new to this. If anyone else is here in LV and has any advice for me (good or bad) send it over. I like honesty want the brutal truth if that is all there is to tell me. I don't just want advise one might think they should say cuz the 2nd is what I found out I paid the attorney to do.
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Hello. I just found this place while googling in desperation. My name is Angie and I am the single mom of 3 boys. Ian just turned 17, Eli is 14 and my youngest is 8. My story would take a forever to tell. It feels like everytime I turn around there is more trauma. Currently Drew and Elijah are both incarcerated at the juvenile detention center in town. Three years ago we had a terrific life. We had a great house, great life together....lots of laughs. I work in the mental health field and often with troubled kids. I used to look at some kids and be like, What in the world have these parents done to these poor kids!? Fast forward to now...I lost our home paying for Ian's legal bills... Eli, who has aspergers syndrome fell apart after we lost our home and started following in his brothers footsteps. I now look at work differently because I have loved and loved and loved these boys. I will never give up on them but my heart is smashed and broken in a zillion pieces and I feel so humiliated and alone in this world. Our story plays out like a bad novel. I am hoping to finally be able to meet people who can relate.
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Hello. I just found this place while googling in desperation. My name is Angie and I am the single mom of 3 boys. Ian just turned 17, Eli is 14 and my youngest is 8. My story would take a forever to tell. It feels like everytime I turn around there is more trauma. Currently Drew and Elijah are both incarcerated at the juvenile detention center in town. Three years ago we had a terrific life. We had a great house, great life together....lots of laughs. I work in the mental health field and often with troubled kids. I used to look at some kids and be like, What in the world have these parents done to these poor kids!? Fast forward to now...I lost our home paying for Ian's legal bills... Eli, who has aspergers syndrome fell apart after we lost our home and started following in his brothers footsteps. I now look at work differently because I have loved and loved and loved these boys. I will never give up on them but my heart is smashed and broken in a zillion pieces and I feel so humiliated and alone in this world. Our story plays out like a bad novel. I am hoping to finally be able to meet people who can relate.
Do never give up and please think positive! Everything is going to be good in the end!!! I was a juvenile inmate in Taipei Juvenile Detention House in Taiwan. I made some mistakes, I got through, I survived.. Now I try hard to get into college. It was sure a negative experience but at least I got my lesson.. Once again, think positive, life is hard sometimes but cetainely not forever. Your children need your support and love and as I can see you are able to give them. This is very very important as well as remember not to lose your hope and faith that this will be just a negative memory for them if they want it to be. I wish you all the best for you and your family! Feel free to ask everything you need to know, even though I don't how much I can help since I was held in another country.

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Hi everyone,
My name is Rachel, I'm 23 and my brother recently went back into juvi. He's been going in and out since 14, he's almost 16 and he already has a couple of felonies. He just got off house arrest and 3 days later he got a 6 month sentence for interacting with a known gang member (he is in the gang so the whole situation is confusing). I've never heard him so depressed before. Since he is a minor is he allowed to get pen-pals? He's asked me if I can find people to write him letters because I'm the only one who writes to him and he feels very lonely. Thanks.
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My name is Tracie and I live in Washington state. My 16 year old son got himself in some trouble and is facing some time in a juvenile prison. I am trying to find out information so I know what to look forward to. Does anyone have information for Green Hill in Chehalis, Washington?
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Hi! My husband and I both have worked with juveniles for 20+ years. We both have been to prison and we both try to spread the realities of prison to young people. My husband and I tell the kids :If you can't listen, you got to feel" Some get and some don't. I have worked in juvenile detention, ran two group homes; (boys and girls) started Drug Court, Family Court, Carteens, put resource officers in the schools, an alternative school and a Saturday program with resitution and community service attached, and these kids are still going away...What more does the community want? BTW I am a grant writer and program specialist for juveniles. How about if we bring back the old concept of parenting you child yourself..not waiting for the school, court or the State to parent your child, because they are LOUSY parents. It is frustrating when there is no cooperation from these kids parents, if they even have parents who care. All the program and money in the worl will never stop juveniles from entering the system early if discipline does not start at home first!
You got that right...I've been mentoring youth and doing prison ministry in adult prisons for 14 years. I then went on and became a Juvenile Supervisory Officer (JSO) in Texas. I became a JSO so I could go "behind the walls" and try and teach these kids to set goals and make different choices myself. It usually comes down to "no father figure" in most cases. I believe its never to late, keep praying and be the example for your child! In my opinion it takes morals and values and a "father" or a good mentor to make the difference. There has to be an authority figure who also dispenses LOVE. A "man" is not some authority figure that beats the crap of a kid to teach them something. In most cases, I would bet the so called "man" who does this was raised that way though.
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Hello,

I hope that I am doing this right. Im seeking advice.

My boyfriend and I have recently talked about moving in together. He has two children. I have not met either, the moving in is just hypothetical. We are being responsible and enacting forward thinking.

His 14 yo son is in Juvenile Detention. He is scheduled to be released this summer.

I dont believe in bad kids. Im not shut off by the fact that there are issues.

The advice I'm looking for is:

What happens when kiddo comes home?
When should BF and I introduce our relationship to his kids? (I think they are both fragile because of the problems that came out of their mothers household)
Since mom is sick...and cant really care for both children... would relocating the kids be beneficial?

I apologize. This feels like I just spewed a bunch of random questions... but I am curious about what is the best process.

Simply, I love this man...and want to help give him and his children the best and most supportive environment that I can. If the time ever becomes right. Thanks
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