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Critical Elements of Juvenile Reentry in Research and Practice

The strategies presented here support the National Research Council’s recently published report calling for broad goals to which juvenile justice reform should be directed: holding youth accountable for wrongdoing, preventing further offending, and treating youth fairly.

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Estimating the Benefits of a Faith-Based Reentry Program

This research report from the Minnesota Department of Corrections and Baylor University’s Institute of Studies of Religion summarizes the evaluation results of InnerChange Freedom Initiative, a faith-based reentry program that has operated within Minnesota’s prison system since 2002. The authors […]

Evidence-based Pretrial Release: Final Paper

This paper from the Conference of State Court Administrators provides information on how the use of evidence-based assessments during pretrial can help reduce the number of individuals who are detained in the pretrial, without violating the judicial process or compromising public safety interests.

Robert F. Kennedy National Resource Center for Juvenile Justice

Robert F. Kennedy National Resource Center for Juvenile Justice

The Robert F. Kennedy National Resource Center for Juvenile Justice website has launched and serves as a resource hub for state and local jurisdictions that seek to improve outcomes for youth and families involved in juvenile justice and youth-serving systems and to enhance system performance.