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Lunes, 23 de Octubre de 2017

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Dos and Don'ts for Reducing Recidivism among Young Adults in the Justice System


The Council of State Governments Justice Center

Resumen

Young adults ages 18 to 24 are often considered the most challenging population under justice system supervision. Data show that they account for a disproportionately high percentage of arrests, particularly for violent crimes, and they are the most likely age group to reoffend. This publication outlines a list of dos and don’ts — informed by both research and practice — to guide US state and local policy and practice changes focused on young adults in the justice system. This list draws on guidance gathered at a 2017 convening of researchers, policymakers, and practitioners that was cohosted by The Council of State Governments (CSG) Justice Center and Harvard Kennedy School’s Program in Criminal Justice Policy and Management, with funding support from the William T. Grant Foundation and the Hyams Foundation.

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Ámbito

América del Norte - Estados Unidos

Año Idioma

2017 Inglés

Categoria Tipo

Literatura Gris Guía

Palabras clave

Buenas prácticas, Justicia, Juvenil, Sistemas

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