Session 252: JJ4 -> Research on Disposition and Placement Decisions for Juvenile Offenders
Time: 2:40PM to 4:10 PM on Thursday, November 20
Place: Denver
Session Chair: Philip W. Harris, Temple University
Matching Kids to Programs: Using Program Performance Information to Improve Juvenile Court disposition Decisions
by: Philip W. Harris, Temple University (Corresponding)
Kimberly Glassman, Temple University
Peter R. Jones, Temple University
Reducing Out of Community Placement in Multi-Problem Youth: The Importance of Local Context of Youth Treatment and Processing
by: Michele Grillo, Rutgers University (Corresponding)
Zachary Hamilton, Rutgers University
Christopher J. Sullivan, Rutgers University
Bonita M. Veysey, Rutgers University
"You Play, You Stay": Potential Unintended Punitive Consequences of Indeterminate Sentencing in the Juvenile Justice System
by: Greg Lindsteadt, Indiana University (Corresponding)
Roger Jarjoura, Indiana University - Indianapolis
Daniel Richard King, University of Maryland at College Park
At-Risk for a Cycle of Placement: An Examination of the Significance of Ideas and Practices Related to Risk in the Placement Process for Juvenile Delinquents
by: Deborah Plechner, University of Minnesota Duluth (Corresponding)
The Effects of Time and Race on Juvenile Justice Decision Making in One Juvenile Court
by: Michael J. Leiber, University of Northern Iowa (Corresponding)
Mahesh K. Nalla, Michigan State University

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