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Risk Assessment and Behavioral Health Screening Project
(NCJ 252158) September 2018
Grant, 2 page(s)
Gina M. Vincent, Rachael Perrault
Juvenile probation offices that implemented risk-needs assessment instruments and the risk-need responsivity approach reduced formal supervision and recidivism; however, mental health services were used more often than risk-reduction services and had little influence on recidivism.
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