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2016
The Role of Technology in Youth Harassment VictimizationTop  
 NIJ, OJJDP-Produced, Bulletin. Justice Research Series. This bulletin discusses key findings from the National Institute of Justice-sponsored Technology Harassment Victimization study. The study examines technology-involved harassment within the context of other types of youth victimization and risk factors to improve current policy and practice regarding the issue. November 2016. 12 pages. NCJ 250079
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2014
Changing Lives: Prevention and Intervention to Reduce Serious OffendingTop  
 NIJ, OJJDP-Produced, Bulletin. Justice Research Series. This bulletin assesses early childhood, juvenile, and early adulthood programs that have demonstrated measurable impacts on offending in early adulthood or up to age 29. August 2014. 8 pages. NCJ 243993
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Criminal Career PatternsTop  
 NIJ, OJJDP-Produced, Fact Sheet. Justice Research Series. This bulletin discusses the criminal careers of offenders, specifically the links between offending patterns in adolescence and in adulthood. May 2014. 2 pages. NCJ 242545
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Explanations for OffendingTop  
 NIJ, OJJDP-Produced, Fact Sheet. Justice Research Series. This bulletin describes five broad theoretical perspectives that explain patterns of offending: (1) static theories, (2) dynamic or life-course developmental models, (3) social psychological theories, (4) the developmental psychopathological perspective, and (5) the biopsychosocial perspective. May 2014. 2 pages. NCJ 243975
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Prediction and Risk/Needs AssessmentTop  
 NIJ, OJJDP-Produced, Bulletin. Justice Research Series. This bulletin discusses the ability to predict whether a young adult will commit crimes based on information available from his or her juvenile years and reviews assessment tools used to make these predictions. May 2014. 2 pages. NCJ 243976
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Delays in Youth JusticeTop  
 NIJ, OJJDP-Produced, Report. Justice Research Series. This bulletin reviews a research effort in juvenile case processing that looked at two information sources, a nationwide sample of counties and an indepth investigation of three Midwestern courts. February 2014. 5 pages. NCJ 237149
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Young Offenders: What Happens and What Should HappenTop  
 NIJ, OJJDP-Produced, Bulletin. Justice Research Series. Examines policies that affect young offenders who cross over from the juvenile to the criminal justice system. February 2014. 3 pages. NCJ 242653
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