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Disproportionate Minority Contact in the Juvenile Justice System: A Study of Differential Minority Arrest/Referral to Court in Three Cities
(NCJ 219743) July 2007
Grant, 52 page(s)
David Huizinga, Terence Thornberry, Kelly Knight, Peter Lovegrove
Using information from three community studies of delinquency (Pittsburg, Rochester, and Seattle), this federally supported report examines disproportionate minority contact (DMC) and factors that might affect DMC at the police contact/court referral level.