Research Report Youth Corrections in California
David Steinhart, Jeffrey A. Butts
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This report describes the use of juvenile confinement space in California and the factors that shape the state's policy climate for juvenile justice. Legal and jurisdictional issues are examined, as are the state's plans for new construction and the role of political stakeholders in responding to the demand for additional confinement space for young offenders.
Research Areas Crime, justice, and safety Children and youth
Tags Corrections Juvenile justice Delinquency and crime Youth development