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Washington State's Experience with Research-Based Juvenile Justice Programs: Presented at the Los Angeles County Juvenile Justice Conference May 19, 2005
May 2005
This presentation describes Washington State's experiences implementing research-based programs in juvenile justice. The presentation includes a history of the research-based effort in Washington State, program outcome evaluations, quality assurance principles, and cost benefit meta-analyses. Presented at the Los Angles County Juvenile Justice Conference May 19, 2005. Robert Barnoski.
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