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Reports, research summaries, issue briefs, working documents and other materials related to system change efforts, and produced by Models for Change grantees and partners. 

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See the JJGPS State Scans. 


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Publication cover U.S. Age Boundaries of Delinquency

Aug 14, 2015, Angel Zang

This StateScan publication is the 8th in a series that distills knowledge from NCJJ’s Juvenile Justice Geography, Policy, Practice & Statistics website. The publication summarizes the…
Publication cover Racial and Ethnic Fairness in Juvenile Justice: Availability of State Data

Aug 7, 2015, Lauren Vessels

NCJJ has released a new StateScan publication that summarizes the results from a review of publicly available data that describe racial and ethnic fairness across the country. This StateScan…
Publication cover Indefensible: The Lack of Juvenile Defense Data

Jul 23, 2015, Andrew Wachter

NCJJ has released a new StateScan publication that summarizes the results from a review of publicly available data that describe the application of juvenile defense across the country. This StateScan…
Publication cover Measuring Subsequent Offending in Juvenile Probation

Jul 23, 2015, Teri Deal

NCJJ has released a new StateScan publication that summarizes the results of a review of publicly available recidivism reports that include measures of recidivism for youth adjudicated to probation.…
Publication cover Caring for Youth with Mental Health Needs in the Juvenile Justice System: Improving Knowledge and Skills

May 7, 2015, Fred Meservey

Approximately two-thirds of youth in the care of the juvenile justice system have a diagnosable mental health and/or substance use disorder. Too frequently, staff supervising these youth have…

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