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Youth Who Commit Sex Offenses: Research Update

Published Dec 8, 2014, National Juvenile Justice Network

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Policy responses to youth who commit sex offenses are largely based on misconceptions. Fortunately, new research sheds light on why youth commit sex offenses and how to achieve the best outcomes for those they have harmed, the public, and the youth themselves.

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Tags: Annual Conference 2014, sexual offenses

Uploaded Dec 8, 2014

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