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Series: Pathways to Desistance
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Behavioral Health Problems, Treatment, and Outcomes in Serious Youthful OffendersTop  
 OJJDP-Produced, . Pathways to Desistance. This bulletin presents the results from the portion of the Pathways to Desistance study that examined behavioral health problems, treatment, and outcomes in serious youthful offenders. 16 pages. NCJ 242440
Transfer of Juveniles to Adult Court: Effects of a Broad Policy in One CourtTop  
 OJJDP-Produced, Bulletin. Pathways to Desistance. This bulletin presents findings from the Pathways to Desistance study regarding the effects of transfer from juvenile court to adult court on a sample of serious adolescent offenders in Maricopa County, AZ. 20 pages. NCJ 232932
Highlights From Pathways to Desistance: A Longitudinal Study of Serious Adolescent OffendersTop  
 OJJDP-Produced, Fact Sheet. Pathways to Desistance. This study discusses serious adolescent offenders and their lives in late adolescence and early adulthood, looking at the factors that lead youth to either continue or desist from offending. 4 pages. NCJ 230971
Substance Use and Delinquent Behavior Among Serious Adolescent OffendersTop  
 OJJDP-Produced, Bulletin. Pathways to Desistance. Based on the findings of the Pathways to Desistance study, which monitored approximately 1,300 serious juvenile offenders for 7 years after their convictions, this bulletin presents findings related to the link between adolescent substance use and serious offending. 16 pages. NCJ 232790