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Publication cover Youth Who Commit Sex Offenses: Research Update
Dec 8, 2014, National Juvenile Justice Network
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…
Publication cover Perils of Registering Youth Who Commit Sex Offenses: Research Update
Dec 8, 2014, National Juvenile Justice Network
Registries and notification laws for people who commit sex offenses offer no clear public safety benefits. So we should not subject youth to their crippling consequences. Registration is especially…
Publication cover Improving Illinois' Response to Sexual Offenses Committed by Youth
Dec 8, 2014, Illinois Juvenile Justice Commission
The Illinois State Advisory Group conducted this study of sexual offending by youth at the request of the Illinois legislature. The report contains research and data findings and offers…
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