Jennifer G., 13, has run away from her father’s home, her mother’s home,and many times, from the custody of city social services agencies. Allin little more than one year.

But since she had not committed any criminal act, she is viewed onlyas a “person in need of supervision,” or a PINS child. Under state law,therefore, she could not be placed in a facility from which she could notrun away.

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