The California Board of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) the state agency responsible for setting the rules at County lock-ups for youth (juvenile halls, probation camps and ranches) is asking for feedback about what needs to change at these facilities so that young people are treated with dignity and respect.
Young people who have been locked up and their families have important things to say about these rights and regulations, and we hope you can take 15 minutes to complete this survey.
Your comments will be sent to the BSCC to instruct them on what changes are needed to better serve youth and their families.
Please answer the questions according to your own personal experience in a juvenile lock-up run by a county in California or based on the experiences of a friend or a family member.
You do not have to answer every question if you do not want to. To protect confidentiality, you do not have to use your own or other people’s names.