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- The main article of this issue reports on new initiatives, which are having increasing success at reducing costly juvenile detention and correction stays, decreasing recidivism rates among young offenders, and empowering the community. At the same time, specialized services can provide troubled youth with much needed substance abuse treatment, mental health services, and other tools necessary to move forward in a productive manner. Other items focus on recent publications, research, a specialized womens probation program, grants, vehicle theft data collection technology, and needs assessed, evidence-based practices measured in probation research initiatives.
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Phone Number: Language(s): EN-English Volume or Year: Vol. 25, No. 1
Number or Issue: Summer 2007 Date Created: 2007
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