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Intensive Parole Model for High Risk Juvenile Offenders: Interim Outcomes for the First Cohort of Youth

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Robert Barnoski - November 2000

JRA contracted with the Institute to evaluate the program's implementation, determine whether it reduces recidivism, and analyze its costs and benefits to taxpayers and crime victims. To determine whether intensive parole reduces recidivism, the Institute compared intensive parole youth with a similar group of youth who did not receive intensive parole.

Report ID: 00-11-1201

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