Reducing Juvenile Recidivism: Judges Checklist

Identifies ten key questions juvenile court judges should ask to determine whether court practices support improved outcomes for youth. Judges can also use this checklist to learn more about the research on “what works” in particular areas of interest.

2014 |
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