January 12, 2015 – When it comes to issues of juvenile justice in Illinois, Gov. Bruce Rauner is off to a laudable start.
The new governor has made a good decision in appointing Candice Jones to another term as Director of the Department of Juvenile Justice. And he’s showing a depth of research — those transition committees didn’t sit on their hands — in appointing John Maki to run the Criminal Justice Information Authority and Samantha Gaddy to be his policy adviser for public safety.
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