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In Florida's youth corrections system, the cycle has been long and predictable: A teen dies a... more »
posted 07/19/16

Carol Marbin Miller's Work

The intellectually disabled teen has spent most of his adolescence bouncing between juvenile jail and a mental health program that cannot help him get better.
Juvenile lockups and correctional programs have became warehouses for children like Keishan Ross with developmental disabilities and mental illness.

Two Herald reporters are being honored with the Selden Ring Award this week for their "Innocents Lost" series that chronicled the abuse and neglect deaths of 477 Florida children. Here they share how they reported the project.