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Washington State's Implementation of Aggression Replacement Training for Juvenile Offenders: Preliminary Findings

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Robert Barnoski - June 2002

The 1996 Washington State Legislature appropriated $2.35 million to 12 juvenile courts for early intervention programs targeting youth placed on probation for the first time and considered at high risk to re-offend. At the request of the Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration, the Washington State Institute for Public Policy evaluated the program. The primary outcome measure is whether there is a reduction in subsequent court adjudications for youth in the program. This report also examines the level of program success necessary for the state's investment to be cost-effective.

Report ID: 02-06-1201

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