Released 06/24/20 1st Quarter 2020 Report including responses from DJS and MSDE
Released 05/06/20 The Maryland Juvenile Justice Monitoring Unit (JJMU) 2019 Fourth Quarter Report and Annual Review (including responses from DJS, MSDE and DHS).
Released 01/30/20 3rd Quarter 2019 Report including responses from DJS and MSDE
Released 11/12/19 2nd Quarter 2019 Report including responses from DJS and MSDE
Released 07/17/19 1st Quarter 2019 Report including responses from DJS and MSDE
4th Quarter Report and 2018 Annual Review
The Juvenile Justice Monitoring Unit (JJMU) originated in October 2002 as the Office of the Independent Juvenile Justice Monitor within the Office for Children, Youth, and Families (Chapter 255, Acts of 2002). In February 2006, the Office of the Independent Juvenile Justice Monitor transferred to the Office of Attorney General, and was renamed the Juvenile Justice Monitoring Unit (Chapter 12, Acts of 2006).
The Unit investigates the needs of children under the jurisdiction of the Department of Juvenile Services and determines whether their needs are being met in compliance with State law. This includes reporting on allegations of abuse and on treatment of and services for youth held in facilities. The JJMU issues public reports quarterly.
To confidentially report issues or problems with any of the facilities in the Maryland juvenile justice system, please call or email the Juvenile Justice Monitor assigned to cover that facility:
Margi Joshi:(410) 576-6968,
Tim Snyder:(410) 591-2009,
Nick MoroneyDirector(410) email@example.com
The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
The Annie E. Casey Foundation (JDAI)www.aecf.org
University of Colorado - Center for the Study and Prevention of Violencewww.colorado.edu/cspv/blueprints/index.html
Washington State Institute for Public Policywww.wsipp.wa.gov/
The Maryland Department of Juvenile Services
200 St. Paul Place, Baltimore, MD 21202
410-576-6300 / En español 410-230-1712 / 1-888-743-0023 toll-free / TTY: Dial 7-1-1 or 800-735-2258