Annual Report, Juvenile Protective Association, Formerly Juvenile Court Committee (Incorporated March 26, 1904), 1912-1913. Office, 816 South Halsted Street, Opposite Juvenile Court, Chicago.
The Illinois Juvenile Court Law went into effect July 1, 1899. The law provided for the organization of the Court and for the probation system, but failed to provide for the salaries of probation officers. The law forbade the detention of young children in jails and police stations, but provided no other place of detention. Succeeding the Illinois Industrial Association in 1901, the Juvenile Court Committee maintained for six years a Detention Home, assisted by appropriations from the city and county. Through this home about 2,600 children passed yearly.
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