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This Practice Manual [the RED Practice Manual] is an effort to provide practical, concrete strategies for jurisdictions to use to reduce racial and
This [90 minute] webinar discusses how data can be used to help identify racial and ethnic disparities in the juvenile and criminal justice systems
To help you better understand racial and ethnic disparities and how juvenile justice is being administered in your county, state, and nationwide, B
Too many tribal juvenile codes are nearly indistinguishable from adult criminal codes.
This publication covers: the period of first contact and youth of color; the clash over family structure with Northern tribes; Black child during t
Boys and young men of color are overrepresented in all aspects of the juvenile justice and criminal justice systems, at considerable cost to those
Although the United States still leads the industrialized world in the rate at which it locks up young people, the youth confinement rate in the US
This groundbreaking study provides data for the first time revealing that adults surveyed view Black girls as less innocent and more adult-like tha
The toolkit provides effective culturally responsive practices for prevention programs supporting Latina youth who are at risk of placement in juve
The tribal notification provision for Native youth entering the state juvenile justice system, unique to the State of New Mexico, has been identifi
This Article provides a thorough description and diagnosis of the reasons that the Indian country juvenile justice system continues to fail Native
While researchers have found that African American youth experience higher levels of juvenile justice involvement at every system level (arrest, se
Little is known about what factors contribute to African American youth desisting from offending … Researchers investigated whether youth possessed
This article examines the confluence of mental health needs and racial disparities within the juvenile justice system.
Step into juvenile delinquency courts throughout the country, and you will usually find the number of children of color who appear there are far ou
The review suggests that in general, risk assessments do a good job in predicting recidivism across racial/ethnic groups for diverse populations in
In today’s climate of increased immigration enforcement, U.S.
For girls, as with boys, the failure to receive a high school diploma often places individuals on a pathway to low-wage work, unemployment, and inc
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) provide the latest answers to commonly asked questions about Hispanic youth in the juvenile justice system.