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Galt police, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation team up to help at-risk kids

JAIL program offers look at the consequences of poor decision-making

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Posted: Wednesday, September 26, 2012 12:00 am

The Galt Police Department and the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation have developed a youth program called JAIL, an acronym for Juvenile Awareness, Interactive Learning. It was started about six month ago and is being held at the CDCR Correctional Training Facility off Twin Cities Road in Galt.

The goal of JAIL is to provide information to young adults and their families regarding poor life choices. These bad choices might involve bad friends, gangs, drugs, alcohol, truancy and many other at-risk behaviors that can lead young adults to consequences like imprisonment.

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