Mulroy, Sugarmon host work session to discuss solutions to juvenile crime

By , Daily Memphian Updated: October 06, 2022 7:50 PM CT | Published: October 06, 2022 7:03 PM CT
<strong>District Attorney Steve Mulroy (left) and Juvenile Court Judge Tarik Sugarmon talk to the media following a Youth Crime Working Session at Urban Child Institute on Thursday, Oct. 6. &ldquo;We took a really good, detailed view about what best practices are around the country, ... and what we can do better in Shelby County,&rdquo; Mulroy said.</strong> (Mark Weber/The Daily Memphian)

District Attorney Steve Mulroy (left) and Juvenile Court Judge Tarik Sugarmon talk to the media following a Youth Crime Working Session at Urban Child Institute on Thursday, Oct. 6. “We took a really good, detailed view about what best practices are around the country, ... and what we can do better in Shelby County,” Mulroy said. (Mark Weber/The Daily Memphian)

The group discussed “best practices” including implementing blended sentencing, restorative justice programs and rehabilitative programs. 

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District Attorney General Steve Mulroy Juvenile Court Judge Tarik Sugarmon Youth Crime Working Session
Julia Baker

Julia Baker

Julia Baker covers criminal justice for The Daily Memphian. A lifelong Memphian, Julia graduated from the University of Memphis in 2021. Other publications and organizations she has written for include Chalkbeat, Memphis Flyer, Memphis Parent magazine and Memphis magazine.


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