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Pathways to Desistance Talking Points

Published Jan 28, 2010, National Juvenile Justice Network

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New Research Shows Community-Based Alternatives as Effective as Institutional Placements for Curbing Re-arrest in Youth with Serious Offenses

Findings from a longitudinal study on serious youth offenders offer guidance for state policymakers concerned with over-reliance on expensive youth incarceration.

Reform areas: Aftercare, Community-based alternatives, Evidence-based practices

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Uploaded Jan 28, 2010


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