Connecticut Still Lacks a Critical Facility for Delinquent Girls and There's No Good Explanation

New Haven Advocate | December 8, 2009
Connecticut hasn't had a state-run secure facility for girls since 2003 when the Long Lane School, which housed both boys and girls, closed. In 1998, a girl named Tabatha committed suicide at Long Lane and in response the Connecticut Juvenile Training School was opened - for boys. The girls were left behind.

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