FSU: New Study Predicts Behavior Of Juvenile Offenders

FSU: New Study Predicts Behavior Of Juvenile Offenders

FSU: New Study Predicts Behavior Of Juvenile Offenders

Extensive data collected by the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) can help predict which youths are most likely to commit additional crimes following release from a residential placement. Also, youths often experience improvements in behavior during their residential stay, and those with the greatest improvements are less likely to commit new crimes.

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