Reducing Recidivism for Youth in the Juvenile Services Division of the Kansas Department of Corrections

The CSG Justice Center offers states and locales intensive technical assistance to develop system-wide plans, based on the research for “what works” to improve outcomes for youth in their juvenile justice systems.

March 4, 2015 |
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