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In Wednesday’s Post Independent some information in the YouthZone article was incorrect.The article stated that 50 to 75 percent of first-time offenders are sent to YouthZone, however, 50 to 75 referred to the approximate number of kids in a year, not the percentage.In the related article “YouthZone evaluation helps ensure program’s impact on kids,” it was incorrect stating that the evaluation focused only on the diversion program, in actuality it was an evaluation of YouthZone overall and the programming it offers including but not limited to the diversion program.YouthZone contact information was incorrect as well. The correct phone number is 945-9300, and the e-mail is Post Independent regrets these errors.

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