The center houses 360 beds for juvenile offenders, a five-courtroom building, medical and dental facilities, educational facilities, and offices for public defenders, district attorneys and other justice officials. At the center, the district attorney, public defender, behavioral health care services, medical services, educational services and youth development providers are co-located with the probation department, facilitating collaboration. [...] a high-efficiency chiller and boiler cooling tower contribute to the building's energy performance.
Merging Juvenile Justice and Sustainability in California Carolyn Bloede Corrections Today; Jun 2009; 71, 3; Docstoc pg. 60 Reproduced wi
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