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  • “When a youth’s confidential information is made public, our agency’s rehabilitative efforts are severely undermined,” wrote DYRS Director Neil Stanley.

  • "People seem interested in what I do after hours," said the visibly agitated Mr. Stanley, according to numerous employees who witnessed his remarks.

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