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Cost-Effective Youth Corrections: Rationalizing the Fiscal Architecture of Juvenile Justice Systems

A number of states have shown that by rethinking how they fund their juvenile justice systems, states and localities can succeed in keeping more youth at home, reduce the number of youth incarcerated, and promote better outcomes for young people moving through these systems.

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Keywords: Community-Based Services, Fiscal Policy, Juvenile Justice

Posted in Juvenile Justice

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