It's up to Governor Janet Napolitano to make sure history doesn't repeat itself that is, boldly reform juvenile corrections. Or at least make sure someone's watching
Federal investigation into juvenile corrections broad but slow
Insider claims state hid suicidal behavior
Justice Department examines conditions at state youth facilities
A death at Adobe Mountain raises questions about conditions in youth prisons
Despite public scrutiny, abuse continues at the state's juvenile corrections facilities
Governor ignores calls for investigation of abuses within juvenile corrections
Community leaders call for independent task force
From the week of July 12, 2001
Check-out time is age 18
Isolated, abused and lacking mental health care, do juvenile offenders leave state custody in worse shape than when they went in?
The Department of Juvenile Corrections is supposed to watch -- and rehabilitate -- troubled teens. But no one's watching the department.