CDN in the News
A USC article, Children’s Data Network research inspires transformative policy for incarcerated girls and young women in LA County, describes how the work from LA Dual System Study informed a recent County Board of Supervisors motion on the decarceration of girls and young women in LA County Probation camps and halls. This work was also reported in an article by Witness LA , which highlighted the study finding that female youth who have contact with probation, especially Black female youth, are especially vulnerable to dual system involvement.
The analytic work was generously supported by the Reissa Foundation. The CDN also receives essential infrastructure funding from First 5 LA, the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, and the Heising-Simons Foundation.