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Environmental and Personal Factors in a Community-Based Juvenile Offender Intervention
(NCJ 251100) 2017
Grant, 15 page(s)
Gerri Hanten, Adam Schmidt
This is a report of preliminary findings of a study of youth offenders in Houston, TX within the context of readiness-for-change. In addition to preliminarily evaluating a community-based intervention, the overarching aim of the study was to gain understanding of factors that affect recidivism in order to inform development of successful community-based interventions for juvenile offenders.