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OJJDP's Pathways to Desistance Bulletins Now Available in E-Book Format

March 27, 2015

Bulletins from OJJDP’s Pathways to Desistance series are now available in EPUB and MOBI formats. This series presents findings from a study investigating the factors that lead serious juvenile offenders to cease or continue offending. This study, cosponsored by OJJDP, followed more than 1,300 adolescent offenders for 7 years after their court involvement. Series topics include an overview of major findings; substance use and delinquent behavior among serious adolescent offenders; transfer of juveniles to adult court; behavioral health problems, treatment, and outcomes in serious youthful offenders; and the link between psychosocial maturity and desistance from crime.


View other OJJDP publications now available in e-book format.

Learn more about EPUB and MOBI digital formats at the Government Publishing Office website.

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