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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. (The Washington Times)

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** FILE ** DYRS Director Neil Stanley previously served as the agency’s general counsel and held executive-level positions at other D.C. departments. In announcing his appointment, Mayor Vincent C. Gray said he had “a strong blend of public management and juvenile justice experience” and called him a friend of progressives who was sensitive to law enforcement issues. (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)

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The defections from the District’s DYRS involve at least 12 people with a range of professional specialties that have cut deeply into the inner circle of Director Neil Stanley. (The Washington Times)

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** FILE ** DYRS Director Neil Stanley previously served as the agency’s general counsel and held executive-level positions at other D.C. departments. In announcing his appointment, Mayor Vincent C. Gray said he had “a strong blend of public management and juvenile justice experience” and called him a friend of progressives who was sensitive to law enforcement issues. (Rod Lamkey Jr./The Washington Times)

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The defections from the District’s DYRS involve at least 12 people with a range of professional specialties that have cut deeply into the inner circle of Director Neil Stanley. (The Washington Times)

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Interim director of the Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services Neil Stanley heads back inside after holding a press conference to announce that three out of the four District kids who escaped from a South Carolina residential treatment center Wednesday had been captured, in front of the John A. Wilson Building, in Washington, D.C., Thursday, April 21, 2011. The fourth remains at-large. (Drew Angerer/The Washington Times)