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Closing California's Division of Juvenile Facilities
Closing California's Division of Juvenile Facilities
The impact of realignment on county juvenile justice practice
The impact of realignment on county juvenile justice practice
First of its kind: California Sentencing Institute
First of its kind: California Sentencing Institute, a project of the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice CJCJ has compiled a wealth of statistics detailing the radically different levels at…
The California Miracle: Drastically Reduced Youth Incarceration, Drastically Reduced Youth Crime
The California Miracle: Drastically Reduced Youth Incarceration, Drastically Reduced Youth Crime
Death Penalty and Deterrence: The Last Word
Death Penalty and Deterrence: The Last Word
Crime Rates and Youth Incarceration in Texas and California Compared: Public Safety or Public Waste?
Crime Rates and Youth Incarceration in Texas and California Compared: Public Safety or Public Waste?
San Francisco Challenges: Statistics don't support official explanations for high black arrest rate
San Francisco Challenges: Statistics don't support official explanations for high black arrest rate San Francisco Chronicle, March 19, 2007
California Youth Crime Declines: The Untold Story
California Youth Crime Declines: The Untold Story
A Tale of Two Jurisdictions: Youth Crime and Detention Rates in Maryland & the District of Columbia
A Tale of Two Jurisdictions: Youth Crime and Detention Rates in Maryland & the District of Columbia
Texas Tough? An Analysis of Incarceration and Crime Trends in The Lone Star State
Texas Tough? An Analysis of Incarceration and Crime Trends in The Lone Star State
Shattering "Broken Windows": An Analysis of San Francisco's Alternative Crime Policies
Shattering "Broken Windows": An Analysis of San Francisco's Alternative Crime Policies
Quiet Crisis: Youth Violence, Race and Justice
This report is a preliminary portrait of some key trends in youth violence and the juvenile justice system in Monterey, San Mateo, Santa Clara, and Santa Cruz counties since the mid-1980s.

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