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Saturday, February 17, 2018

Editorial: Sacramento should limit unnecessary arrests for foster youth

Following a Chronicle investigation into the unnecessary arrests of traumatized children in California’s foster-care shelters and residential facilities, state Assemblyman Mike Gipson, D-Carson (Los Angeles County), introduced a bill last week that will set limits on this dangerous and destabilizing practice.

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Gipson’s AB2605 bill would create a three-year moratorium on law enforcement calls by foster-care facilities for non-emergency behavioral management situations.

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