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Young Offenders: What Happens and What Should Happen
(NCJ 242653) February 2014
OJJDP Justice Research Series, Bulletin, 3 page(s)
Phil Bulman
 
Examines policies that affect young offenders who cross over from the juvenile to the criminal justice system. This bulletin focuses on adolescence and early adulthood, with a particular emphasis on juvenile delinquents ages 1517 who are candidates for transitioning into the criminal justice system and young adults ages 1824 who are already in the criminal justice system.
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