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This brief discusses how the implementation and sustainability of Second Chance Act programs for juveniles were affected by the changing policy con
Most juvenile justice practitioners are aware of the value of research and evidence-based practices, but few resources exist to help them apply res
Translating research into practice requires a systematic approach grounded in implementation science and input from practitioners.
The Standardized Program Evaluation Protocol (SPEP) is a system that rates the potential for therapeutic services to reduce recidivism among youth,
Delivering reentry services to youth proves challenging.
Crime, victimization, and justice system responses greatly affect the life prospects of the most vulnerable Great Lakes youth, restricting their ac
The Standardized Program Evaluation Protocol (SPEP) system rates how effectively juvenile justice services reduce recidivism.
This report explains how jurisdictions have integrated the JJSIP [Juvenile Justice Systems Improvement Project] and the JJRRI [Juvenile Justice Ref
The Standardized Program Evaluation Protocol (SPEP) is a validated, data driven rating scheme for determining how well an existing program or servi
In 2010, South Carolina passed the Sentencing Reform Act, enacting comprehensive criminal justice reforms.
In 2012, Georgia passed comprehensive criminal justice reform legislation.
This report evaluates the New York City-based Arches Transformative Mentoring program, finding that participation in the program reduces one-year f
This report reviews a number of prominent frameworks that are available to help youth justice systems rely on positive outcomes rather than recidiv