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Washington State Juvenile Courts: Workloads and Costs

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Mason Burley, Robert Barnoski - April 1997

To establish an accurate measure of the costs of supervising offenders sentenced in juvenile court, the Institute conducted a survey of the 33 juvenile courts in Washington. The survey was designed in cooperation with the Washington Association of Juvenile Court Administrators. This report highlights the findings from this survey, including information on caseloads and average costs of detention facilities and community supervision programs in Washington State.

Report ID: 97-04-1201

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