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1.  Model Programs Guide Literature Review: Alternatives to Detention and Confinement
NCJ Number   249689
Publication Date: August 2014
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2.  Federal Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice: 2015 Recommendations to the President, Congress, and OJJDP Administrator
NCJ Number   249243
Author: Darlene Dutton
Publication Date: October 2015
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3.  Model Programs Guide Literature Review: Aftercare/Reentry
NCJ Number   249686
Publication Date: October 2010
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4.  Disproportionate Contact: Youth of Color in Maine's Juvenile Justice System
NCJ Number   249525
Author: Erica King; George Shaler; Robyn Dumont
Publication Date: May 2015
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5.  U.S. Department of Justice Report and Recommendations Concerning the Use of Restrictive Housing
NCJ Number   249733
Publication Date: January 2016
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6.  Disproportionate Minority Confinement: Practical Solutions for Juvenile Justice Professionals
NCJ Number   213599
Publication Date: 2001
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7.  Presence of Learning Disabled Youth in Our Juvenile Institutions: Excusable or Gross Negligence?
NCJ Number   213894
Author: Angelina Inesia-Forde
Publication Date: 2005
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8.  Violence Risk and Race in a Sample of Youth in Juvenile Detention: The Potential to Reduce Disproportionate Minority Confinement
NCJ Number   213489
Author: John F. Chapman; Rani A. Desai; Paul R. Falzer; Randy Borum
Journal Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice  Volume4  Issue2  DatedApril 2006  Pages170-184
Publication Date: April 2006
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9.  Wisconsin's 3-Year Juvenile Justice Plan 2003-2005
NCJ Number   212544
Publication Date: 2005
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10.  From Mental Health to Juvenile Justice: What Factors Predict This Transition?
NCJ Number   212152
Author: Michelle A.. Scott Ph.D.; Lonnie Snowden Ph.D.; Anne M. Libby Ph.D.
Journal Journal of Child and Family Studies  Volume11  Issue3  DatedSeptember 2002  Pages299-311
Publication Date: September 2002
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11.  Safely Reducing Reliance on Juvenile Detention: A Report From the Field
NCJ Number   210856
Author: Bart Lubow
Journal Corrections Today  Volume67  Issue5  DatedAugust 2005  Pages66-68,70,72
Publication Date: August 2005
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12.  Solvable Problem: Reducing the Disproportionality of Youths of Color in Juvenile Detention Facilities
NCJ Number   210858
Author: James Bell
Journal Corrections Today  Volume67  Issue5  DatedAugust 2005  Pages80-83
Publication Date: August 2005
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13.  Death in Custody, California
NCJ Number   210748
Author: Robert R. Springborn Ph.D.
Publication Date: May 2005
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14.  Native American Ethnicity and Childhood Maltreatment as Variables in Perceptions and Adjustments to Boot Camp vs. Traditional Correctional Settings
NCJ Number   210504
Author: Angela R. Gover
Journal Journal of Offender Rehabilitation  Volume40  Issue3/4  Dated2005  Pages177-198
Publication Date: 2005
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15.  Evaluability Assessment in Juvenile Justice: A Case Example
NCJ Number   210380
Author: James O. Finckenauer; Satenik Margaryan; Mercer L. Sullivan
Journal Youth Violence and Juvenile Justice  Volume3  Issue3  DatedJuly 2005  Pages265-275
Publication Date: July 2005
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16.  Juvenile Arrests 2003
NCJ Number   209735
Author: Howard N. Snyder
Publication Date: August 2005
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17.  Planning Community-Based Facilities for Violent Juvenile Offenders as Part of a System of Graduated Sanctions
NCJ Number   209326
Author: Shelley Zavick M.Ed.
Publication Date: August 2005
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18.  Alternatives to the Secure Detention and Confinement of Juvenile Offenders
NCJ Number   208804
Author: James Austin; Kelly Dedel Johnson; Ronald Weitzer
Publication Date: September 2005
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19.  Gang Members, Career Criminals and Prison Violence: Further Specification of the Importation Model of Inmate Behavior
NCJ Number   208616
Author: Matt DeLisi; Mark T. Berg; Andy Hochstetler
Journal Criminal Justice Studies  Volume17  Issue4  DatedDecember 2004  Pages369-383
Publication Date: December 2004
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20.  Jails in Indian Country, 2003
NCJ Number   208597
Author: Todd D. Minton
Publication Date: April 2005
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21.  Revitalizing Louisiana's Juvenile Justice System: A Response
NCJ Number   208321
Author: David Utter
Journal Juvenile Justice Update  Volume10  Issue5  DatedOctober/November 2004  Pages1-2,14,16
Publication Date: October 2004
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22.  Restorative Conferencing in Belgium: Can It Decrease the Confinement of Young Offenders?
NCJ Number   208269
Author: Inge Vanfraechem; Lode Walgrave
Journal Corrections Today  Volume66  Issue7  DatedDecember 2004  Pages72-75
Publication Date: December 2004
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23.  Alameda County at the Crossroads of Juvenile Justice Reform: A National Disgrace -- Or a National Model?
NCJ Number   208197
Publication Date: April 2002
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24.  Sexual Predator Civil Commitment: A Comparison of Selected and Released Offenders
NCJ Number   208117
Author: Jill S. Levenson
Journal International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology  Volume48  Issue6  DatedDecember 2004  Pages638-648
Publication Date: December 2004
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25.  And the Walls Keep Tumbling Down: A Demonstration Project Has Come and Gone, But Detention Reform Continues to Gather Steam
NCJ Number   207826
Author: Dick Mendel
Journal Advocaey  Volume5  Issue1  DatedSpring 2003  Pages18-27
Publication Date: 2003
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