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Model Programs Guide Literature Review: Interactions Between Youth and Law Enforcement
(NCJ 251498) January 2018
OJJDP Model Programs Guide Literature Reviews, 31 page(s)
Development Services Group, Inc.
The OJJDP Model Programs Guide literature reviews provide practitioners and policymakers with relevant research and evaluations on more than 40 juvenile justice topics and programs. As gatekeepers to the justice system, police–youth contact can result in informal solutions such as programs and services that divert youth away from system involvement, or arrest and further entry into the criminal and juvenile justice systems.