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Abandoned in the back row: New lessons in education and delinquency preventionhttp://www.juvjustice.org/media/resources/public/resource_122.pdf8/1/2011Crime Reduction2001Pages 2-3Coalition for Juvenile JusticeOffice of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency prevention (OJJDP),
U.S. Dept of Justice
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Effective Investments in Public Safety: Unemployment, Wages and the Crime Ratehttp://www.justicepolicy.org/uploads/justicepolicy/documents/07-02_fac_employmentwages_ac-ps.pdf8/1/201141Crime Reduction2007No specific cost savings mentioned. Interesting correlations between employment and crime, though.Justice Policy Institute- The MacArthur Foundation
- Open Society Institute
- Public Welfare Foundation
- Annie E. Casey Foundation
- Fund for Non-Violence
- Drug Policy Alliance
Butler Family Fund
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Evidence-Based Public Policy Options to Reduce Crime and Criminal Justice Costs: Implications in Washington Statehttp://www.wsipp.wa.gov/rptfiles/09-00-1201.pdf8/1/20111Crime Reduction2009See pages 184-194Elizabeth K. Drake, Steve Aos, and Marna G. MillerWashington Institute for Public Policy
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Evidence-Based Public Policy Options to Reduce Future Prison Construction, Criminal Justice Costs, and Crime Rateshttp://www.wsipp.wa.gov/rptfiles/06-10-1201.pdf8/1/20112Crime Reduction2006See pages 8-11Steve Aos, Marna Miller, and Elizabeth DrakeWashington Institute for Public Policy
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Saving Futures, Saving Dollars-The Impact of Education on Crime Reduction and Earningshttp://www.all4ed.org/files/archive/publications/SavingFutures.pdf8/1/20113Crime Reduction2006Pages 1-4Alliance for Excellent EducationMetLifeClive Belfield, Queens College, City University of New York
Harry Holzer, Georgetown Public Policy Institute
Lance Lochner, University of Western Ontario
Enrico Moretti, University of California, Berkeley
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The Comparative Costs and Benefits of Programs to Reduce Crimehttp://www.wsipp.wa.gov/rptfiles/costbenefit.pdf8/1/20114Crime Reduction2001Pages 8-32. Has own CBA plus references Citations 2, 137, 159 and other researchSteve Aos, Polly Phipps, Robert Barnoski, Roxanne LiebWashington Institute for Public Policy
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The effect of education on crime: Evidence from prison inmates, arrests and self-reportshttp://www.econ.berkeley.edu/~moretti/lm46.pdf8/1/2011Crime Reduction2003Pages 3, 24-27Lance Lochner, Department of Economics, University of Western Ontario
Enrico Moretti, Department of Economics, UCLA
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The silent epidemic: Perspectives of high school dropoutshttp://www.ignitelearning.com/pdf/TheSilentEpidemic3-06FINAL.pdf8/1/2011Crime Reduction2006Page 2A report by Civic Enterprises in association with Peter D. Hart Research Associates
for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

By: John M. Bridgeland
John J. DiIulio, Jr.
Karen Burke Morison
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The Social Costs of Inadequate Educationhttp://www.mea.org/tef/pdf/social_costs_of_inadequate.pdf8/1/2011Crime Reduction2005Pages 2, 16, 17, 20Teachers College Symposium on Educational Equity Conducted by
The Campaign for Educational Equity
TEACHERS COLLEGE, COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

A Summary by Symposium Chair, Professor Henry M. Levin
William Heard Kilpatrick Professor of Economics and Education,
Teachers College, Columbia University
Laurie M. Tisch Foundation
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Emerging Practices in the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglecthttp://www.childwelfare.gov/preventing/programs/whatworks/report/report.pdf8/1/2011Domestic Violence2003Pages 6, 7Caliber Associates:
David Thomas
Christine Leicht
Candy Hughes
Amy Madigan
Kathy Dowell
U.S Dept of Health and Human Services
Catherine Nolan, Director, Office on Child Abuse and Neglect
Melissa Lim Brodowski, Federal Project Officer
Sandra Alexander, Executive Director, Prevent Child Abuse Georgia
Charles Bruner, Executive Director, Child and Family Policy Center
Thomas Chapmond, Director, Texas Department of Protective and Regulatory Services (TDPRS)
Deborah Daro, Research Fellow & Associate Professor, University of Chicago
Jack Denniston, Consultant
Holly Echo-Hawk Solie, Consultant, National Indian Child Welfare Association
Martha Farrell Erickson, Director, Children, Youth, and Family Consortium, University of Minnesota
David Lloyd, Director, Family Advocacy Program, U.S. Department of Defense
Lisa Pion-Berlin, President and CEO, Parents Anonymous® Inc.
Karen Rich, Director of Center Services, National Exchange Club Foundation
Deborah Strong, Executive Director, Prevent Child Abuse Michigan
Sonia Velazquez, Director, FRIENDS National Resource Center
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Long-term consequences of child abuse and neglecthttp://www.childprotectionoffice.org/pdf/long_term_consequences.pdf8/1/2011Domestic Violence2005Page 4National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse and Neglect Information
U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services
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Making the Case for Preventing Child Abuse and Nelgect: An Overview of Cost Effective Prevention Strategieshttp://www.friendsnrc.org/joomdocs/Report1.pdf8/1/2011Domestic Violence2004Page 1FRIENDS National Resource Center for Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention
Program, a service of the Children’s Bureau
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,
Administration for Children, Youth and Families,
Office of Child Abuse and Neglect
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New Hope for Preventing Child Abuse and Neglect: Proven Solutions to Save Lives and Prevent Future Crimehttp://www.eric.ed.gov/PDFS/ED480375.pdf8/1/2011Domestic Violence2003Page 2Fight Crime: Invest in KidsAfterschool Alliance,
Naomi and Nehemiah Cohen Foundation,
Freddie Mac Foundation,
Garfield Foundation,
William T. Grant Foundation,
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation,
Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation,
W.K. Kellogg Foundation,
J.P. Morgan Chase Foundation,
Charles Stewart Mott Foundation,
The David and Lucile Packard Foundation,
The Pew Charitable Trusts,
Rockefeller Brothers Fund,
Rockefeller Family Fund, and others
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Pathway to the Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglecthttp://www.childsworld.ca.gov/res/pdf/Pathway.pdf8/1/2011Domestic Violence2007Page I-17. References Citation 138.Lisbeth B. Schorr, Director, Project on Effective Interventions at Harvard University
Vicky Marchand, Senior Associate, Pathways Mapping Initiative
California Department of Social Services,
Annie E. Casey Foundation
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
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Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglecthttp://www.cdphe.state.co.us/ps/cctf/canmanual/PreventionCAN.pdf8/1/2011Domestic Violence2006Section 2-4. References Citation 177.Colorado Children's Trust FundColorado Department of Public Health and Environment
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Prevention Pays: The Costs of Not Preventing Child Abuse and Neglecthttp://poundpuplegacy.org/node/177658/1/2011Domestic Violence2003Scan webpage for info. Page numbers aren't available.National Clearinghouse on Child Abuse and Neglect Information
U.S. Dept of Health and Human Services
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Standards for Prevention Programs: Building Success through Family Supporthttp://nj.gov/dcf/about/commissions/njtfcan/StandardsPrevention.pdf8/1/2011Domestic Violence2003Page 9State of New Jersey, Department of Human Services
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Total estimated cost of child abuse and neglect in the United Stateshttp://www.preventchildabuse.org/about_us/media_releases/pcaa_pew_economic_impact_study_final.pdf8/1/2011177Domestic Violence2007Page 2, 4-5Ching-Tung Wang, Ph.D. and John Holton, Ph.D.
Prevent Child Abuse America
The Pew Charitable Trusts
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World Health Organization: Violence by Intimate Partnershttp://www.who.int/violence_injury_prevention/violence/global_campaign/en/chap4.pdf8/1/20115Domestic Violence2002See pages 102-103World Health Organization
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A Blueprint for Juvenile Justice Reformhttp://www.njjn.org/uploads/digital_library/resource_183.pdf8/1/20116Juvenile Justice Reforms2005See pages 3-10Youth Transition Funders Group
(Written by Julie Peterson)
- The Annie E. Casey Foundation
- The California Endowment
- Eckerd Family Foundation
- Ford Foundation
- Butler Family Fund
- Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
- Hogg Foundation for Mental Health
- JEHT Foundation
- Walter S. Johnson Foundation
- The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
- East Bay Community Foundation
- Liberty Hill Foundation
- Open Society Institute
- Surdna Foundation
- The Tow Foundation
- Zellerbach Family Foundation
- Funders Collaborative on Youth Organizing
- Public Welfare Foundation
- Youth Justice Funding Collaborative
- Cook County, Illinois Probation and Court Services
- Missouri Department of Youth Services
- Multnomah County Juvenile Services
- Santa Cruz County Probation Dept
- Carey Cockerell Juvenile Services
- Ella Baker Center, Books Not Bars Campaign
- W. Haywood Burns Institute for Juvenile Justice, Fairness and Equity Community Justice Network for Youth
- Casey Strategic Consulting Group
- Center for Young Women's Development
- Center of Juvenile and Criminal Justice
- Commonweal
- CT Juvenile Justice Alliance
- Justice Policy Institute
- Juvenile Justice Policy Initiative
- Juvenile Justice Project of Louisiana
- Juvenile Law Center
- National Council on Crime and Delinquency
- National Juvenile Defender Center
- Pacific News Service
- Reclaiming Futures
- Vera Institute of Justice
- Youth Justice Coalition
- Youth Law Center
- Youth Rights Media

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A Pivotal Moment: Sustaining the Success and Enhancing the Future of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Acthttp://www.juvjustice.org/media/resources/public/resource_265.pdf8/1/20117Juvenile Justice Reforms2009Pages 43-44, 64. References Citation 9Coalition for Juvenile JusticeJustice Policy Institute (JPI)Public Welfare FoundationAnnie E. Casey FoundationJohn D. and Catherine T. MacArthur FoundationNational Juvenile Justice Network (NJJN)
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Costs and Benefits of a Targeted Intervention Program for Youthful Offenders: The YouthBuild USA Offender Projecthttp://old.youthbuild.org/atf/cf/%7B22B5F680-2AF9-4ED2-B948-40C4B32E6198%7D/CohenExecutive%20Summary%20-%20Final.pdf8/1/2011Juvenile Justice Reforms2008Pages 1, 9, 10, 12, 13, 17, 35-40, 46-47Mark A. Cohen, Vanderbilt University
Alex R. Piquero, John Jay College of Criminal Justice & City University of New York Graduate Center
YouthBuild USA
Skoll Foundation
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Cost-Effective Youth Corrections: Rationalizing the Fiscal Architecture of Juvenile Justice Systemshttp://www.justicepolicy.org/uploads/justicepolicy/documents/06-03_rep_costeffective_jj.pdf8/1/20118Juvenile Justice Reforms2006Page 2-3, 19, 22-24. Also references Citation 25, 32, ?Justice Policy Institute
(Written by Tyler, Jasmine L. Tyler, Jason Ziedenberg, and Eric Lotke)
- The MacArthur Foundation
- Open Society Institute
- Public Welfare Foundation
- Annie E. Casey Foundation
- Fund for Non-Violence
- Drug Policy Alliance
Butler Family Fund
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Detention Reform: A Cost-Saving Approachhttp://www.aecf.org/~/media/Pubs/Other/D/DetentionReformACostSavingApproach/JDAI_facts_1.pdf8/1/20119Juvenile Justice Reforms2006Pages 1-4Annie E. Casey Foundation
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Effective Methods of Reducing Youth in Secure Placementshttp://www.justicepolicy.org/uploads/justicepolicy/documents/04-02_tac_lareducingyouthinsecureplacements_jj.pdf8/1/201110Juvenile Justice Reforms2004Pages 15-18, 39-45Justice Policy Institute- Louisiana Office of Youth Development Staff
- Orleans Parish Juvenile Court Judges
- Jefferson Parish Juvenile Court Judges
- East Baton Rouge Juvenile Court Judges
- Plaquemine City Court Judges
- Rev. Thomas Watson of Watson Memorial Church
- Rev. Dwight Webster of Christian Unity Baptist
- Judy Watts of Agenda for Children
- Barbara Lacen of Central City Partnership
- Edith Jones of Urban League
- Richard Winder, Director of NO Human Services
- Lucile Ledux of Baptist Community Ministries
- Carol Bebelle of ASHE Cultural Arts Center
- Kim Cummings of Boys and Girls Town
- Martha Holbert of Southern Community Development
- Erna Mayes of Youth Initiative Program
- Merci Butler, Office of Children’s Services,
- May Daniels of Alternative Day Treatment
- Joan Diaz of LA Association of Child Care Agencies
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Evidence-Based Juvenile Offender Programs: Program Description, Quality Assurance, and Costhttp://www.wsipp.wa.gov/rptfiles/07-06-1201.pdf8/1/201111Juvenile Justice Reforms2007Pages 1-7Washington State Institute for Public Policy
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Federal Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice Annual Report 2010http://www.facjj.org/annualreports/00-FACJJ%20Annual%20Report-FINAL%20508.pdf8/1/201112Juvenile Justice Reforms2010Pages 19-28, 31-36Federal Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice (FACJJ)Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency prevention (OJJDP)
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Guidebook for Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare System Coordination and Integrationhttp://www.cwla.org/programs/juvenilejustice/jjguidebook08.pdf8/1/201114Juvenile Justice Reforms2008Pages xv, 66-67, 85-86Janet K. Wiig with John A. Tuell
(Child Welfare League of America)
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
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Improving the Effectiveness of Juvenile Justice Programs: A New Perspective on Evidence-Based Practicehttp://cjjr.georgetown.edu/pdfs/ebp/ebppaper.pdf8/1/201115Juvenile Justice Reforms2010Pages 39, - Mark W. Lipsey, Peabody Research Institute, Vanderbilt University
- James C. Howell, Criminologist, Pinehurst, North Carolina
- Marion R. Kelly, Consultant, Richmond, Virginia
- Gabrielle Chapman, Peabody Research Institute, Vanderbilt University
- Darin Carver, Juvenile Justice Programming Consultant, META L.L.C.
- Center for Juvenile Justice Reform (Georgetown University)
- Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
- National Institute of Justice,
- Bureau of Justice Statistics
- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services
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Less Hype, More Help: Reducing Juvenile Crime, What Works—And What Doesn’thttp://www.aypf.org/publications/mendel/MendelRep.pdf8/1/201116Juvenile Justice Reforms2000Pages 2, 9-12, 19, 21, 53, 57, Richard Mendel

American Youth Policy Forum
Ford Foundation
Ford Motor Fund
General Electric Fund
William T. Grant Foundation
George Gund Foundation
James Irvine Foundation
Walter S. Johnson Foundation
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
W.K. Kellogg Foundation
McKnight Foundation
Charles S. Mott Foundation
NEC Foundation of America
Wallace-Reader’s Digest Fund
Child Welfare League of America
Coalition for Juvenile Justice
National Collaboration for Youth
National Crime Prevention Council
National League of Cities
Institute for Youth, Education, and Families
National Urban League
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Mental Health Issues in California's Juvenile Justice Systemhttp://www.law.berkeley.edu/img/BCCJ_Mental_Health_Policy_Brief_May_2010.pdf8/1/201117Juvenile Justice Reforms2010Page 12Berkeley Center for Criminal Justice- The California Endowment
- Dr. William Arroyo, Medical Director,Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health
- Barrie Becker, California State Director, Fight Crime: Invest in Kids
- James Bell, Executive Director, W. Haywood Burns Institute for Juvenile Justice Fairness and Equity
- Gena Castro Rodriguez, Executive Director, Youth Justice Institute
- Gwen Foster, Director, CalSWEC, UC Berkeley School of Social Welfare
- Curtis Hill, Sheriff, San Benito County
- Hon. Kurt Kumli, Judge, Santa Clara County, Superior Court
- Barry Krisberg, President, National Council on Crime and Delinquency
- Rick Lewkowitz, Supervising District Attorney, Juvenile Division, Sacramento County District Attorney’s Office
- Winston Peters, Assistant Public Defender, Los Angeles County Public Defender’s Office
- Jerry Powers, Chief Probation Officer, Stanislaus County; Past-President, Chief Probation Officers of California
- David Steinhart, Juvenile Justice Program Director, Commonweal
- Richard Word, Chief, Vacaville Police Department
- Frank Zimring, Professor, UC Berkeley School of Law
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Mentoring as a Critical Tool for Effective Juvenile Reentryhttp://www.juvjustice.org/media/resources/public/resource_317.pdf8/1/201118Juvenile Justice Reforms2009Page 14G. Roger Jarjoura
Associate Professor of Criminal Justice
Founder, Aftercare for the Incarcerated through Mentoring (AIM)
School of Public and Environmental Affairs
Indiana University
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Models for Change: Building Momentum for Juvenile Justice Reformhttp://www.modelsforchange.net/publications/149/Building_Momentum_for_Juvenile_Justice_Reform.pdf8/1/201119Juvenile Justice Reforms2006Pages 21-23Jason Ziedenberg
(Justice Policy Institute)
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
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New Research Shows Community-Based Alternatives as Effective as Institutional Placements for Curbing Re-arrest in Youth with Serious Offenseshttp://www.njjn.org/uploads/digital_library/resource_1575.pdf8/1/201120Juvenile Justice Reforms2010Pages 1-2National Juvenile Justice Network
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Outcome Evaluation of Washington State's Research-Based Programs for Juvenile Offendershttp://www.wsipp.wa.gov/rptfiles/04-01-1201.pdf8/1/201121Juvenile Justice Reforms2004Pages 1-3, 8, 11, 13, 17-19Washington State Institute for Public Policy- Community Juvenile Accountability Act Committee members
- Washington State Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration
- Chris Hayes, Snohomish County Juvenile Court
- Dana Phelps, Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration
- Assessment Quality Assurance Committee members
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Positive Youth Justice: Framing Justice Interventions Using the Concepts of Positive Youth Developmenthttp://www.juvjustice.org/media/resources/public/resource_390.pdf8/1/201122Juvenile Justice Reforms2010Page 22Coalition for Juvenile Justice
Jeffrey A. Butts
Gordon Bazemore
Aundra Saa Meroe
Community Foundation for the National Capital Region in Washington, D.C Annie E. Casey FoundationJohn D. and Catherine T. MacArthur FoundationNational Juvenile Justice Network (NJJN)
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Potential for Change- Public Attitudes and Policy Preferences for Juvenile Justice Systems Reformhttp://www.macfound.org/atf/cf/%7Bb0386ce3-8b29-4162-8098-e466fb856794%7D/CCLPPOLLINGFINAL.PDF8/1/201123Juvenile Justice Reforms2007Not ApplicableCenter for Children’s Law and PolicyJohn D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
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Prevention and Intervention Programs for Juvenile Offendershttp://www.princeton.edu/futureofchildren/publications/docs/18_02_09.pdf8/1/201124Juvenile Justice Reforms2008Pages 185-186, 193-194, 201Peter Greenwood, Executive Director
Association for the Advancement of Evidence-Based Practice
Future of Children, a project of Princeton University and the Brookings Institution
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Redeploy Illinois Annual Report June 20, 2011http://www.dhs.state.il.us/page.aspx?item=563048/1/201125Juvenile Justice Reforms2008Pages 5-7, 12Redeploy Illinois Oversight Board
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Reforming Juvenile Detention in Floridahttp://www.policyarchive.org/handle/10207/bitstreams/5731.pdf8/1/201126Juvenile Justice Reforms2005Pages 19-20National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD)
- Vanessa Patiño, MPA
- Barry Krisberg, Ph.D.
Jessie Ball duPont Fund- Staff of the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ),
Miami-Dade Regional, SW Florida Regional, Brevard,
Orange, Duval, and Leon Regional Juvenile Detention
Centers
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Review of Effective Practice in Juvenile Justicehttp://www.djj.nsw.gov.au/pdf_htm/publications/general/Juvenile%20Justice%20Effective%20Practice%20Review%20FINAL.pdf8/1/201127Juvenile Justice Reforms2010Pages iv, 30-55Noetic Solutions Pty Limited
- Peter Murphy
- Anthony McGinness
- Tom McDermott
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State Trends-Legislative Victories from 2005 to 2010 Removing Youth from the Adult Criminal Justice Systemhttp://www.campaignforyouthjustice.org/documents/CFYJ_State_Trends_Report.pdf8/1/201128Juvenile Justice Reforms2011Pages 4, 10, Neelum Arya, Research & Policy Director at the Campaign for Youth JusticeAnnie E. Casey Foundation,
Carter & Melissa Cafritz Trust,
Chasdrew Fund,
Covington and Burling LLP,
DHO Consulting,
Eckerd Family Foundation,
Falk Foundation,
Ford Foundation,
Fund for Nonviolence,
JEHT Foundation,
John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation,
Meyer Foundation,
Moriah Fund,
Open Society Institute,
Public Welfare Foundation,
Rockit Fund,
The Atlantic Philanthropies,
The California Endowment,
The Tow Foundation
Action for Children North Carolina
Baltimore Algebra Project
Children’s Action Alliance
Citizens for Juvenile Justice
Colorado Criminal Defense Bar
Colorado Juvenile Defenders Coalition
Columbia Legal Services
Connecticut Juvenile Justice Alliance
Delaware Center for Justice
Delaware Collaboration for Youth
Families and Allies of Virginia’s Youth (FAVY)
Families and Friends of Louisiana’s Incarcerated Children
Illinois Juvenile Justice Initiative
Indiana Juvenile Justice Task Force, Inc.
Injustice Project
Just Kids Partnership
JustChildren
Juvenile Justice Project of Louisiana
Mississippi Coalition for the Prevention of Schoolhouse to Jailhouse
Mississippi Youth Justice Project
MS-ACLU
NAACP
Nebraska Coalition for the Fair Sentencing of Youth
Nevada ACLU
New York Governor’s Children’s Cabinet Advisory Board
New York Center for Juvenile Justice
Partnership for Safety and Justice
Raise the Bar campaign
Rhode Island Kids Count
Rhode Island ACLU
Southern Poverty Law Center
Team Child
The Embracing Project
Voices for Children in Nebraska
Washington Coalition for the Just Treatment of Youth
Wisconsin Council on Children & Families
Wyoming Kids Count
Youth Justice Project
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Supporting Youth in Transition to Adulthood: Lessons Learned from Child Welfare and Juvenile Justicehttp://cjjr.georgetown.edu/pdfs/TransitionPaperFinal.pdf8/1/201129Juvenile Justice Reforms2009Pages 10, David Altschuler, Principal Research Scientist, Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies
Gary Stangler, Executive Director, Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiatives
Kent Berkley, Senior Associate Director, Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative
Leonard Burton, Chief Operating Officer, Jim Casey Youth Opportunities Initiative
Erika Pinheiro, Research Assistant,
Georgetown University Center for Juvenile Justice Reform
- John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
- The Child, Adolescent and Family Branch at the Center for Mental Health Services
(CMHS) within the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA)
- Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS)
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The Consequences Aren't Minor: The Impact of Trying Youth as Adults and Strategies for Reformhttp://www.campaignforyouthjustice.org/documents/CFYJNR_ConsequencesMinor.pdf8/1/201130Juvenile Justice Reforms2007Pages 17, Liz Ryan, Campaign for Youth Justice
Jason Ziedenberg, Justice Policy Institute
National Council on Crime and Delinquency
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The Costs of Confinement- Why Good Juvenile Justice Policies Make Good Fiscal Sensehttp://www.justicepolicy.org/images/upload/09_05_REP_CostsofConfinement_JJ_PS.pdf8/1/201131Juvenile Justice Reforms2009Pages 2-8, 12-13, 15-16, 20Justice Policy Institute- The MacArthur Foundation
- Open Society Institute
- Public Welfare Foundation
- Annie E. Casey Foundation
- Fund for Non-Violence
- Drug Policy Alliance
Butler Family Fund
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The Dangers of Detention- The Impact of Incarcerating Youth in Detention and Other Secure Facilitieshttp://www.justicepolicy.org/uploads/justicepolicy/documents/dangers_of_detention.pdf8/1/201132Juvenile Justice ReformsPages 10-11Justice Policy Institute Report
By Barry Holman and Jason Ziedenberg
- The MacArthur Foundation
- Open Society Institute
- Public Welfare Foundation
- Annie E. Casey Foundation
- Fund for Non-Violence
- Drug Policy Alliance
Butler Family Fund
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The Future of Children-Juvenile Justicehttp://futureofchildren.org/futureofchildren/publications/docs/18_02_FullJournal.pdf8/1/201133Juvenile Justice Reforms2008Page 26-27, 189-190, 193-206A collaboration of the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University and the Brookings Institution
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The Keeper and the Kept: Reflections on Local Obstacles to Disparities Reduction in Juvenile Justice Systems and a Path to Changehttp://www.burnsinstitute.org/downloads/BI%20Keeper%20Kept.pdf8/1/201134Juvenile Justice Reforms2009Page 4. Also references Citation 29W. Haywood Burns Institute
James Bell, Executive Director
Laura John Ridolfi, Law and Policy Analyst
Michael Finley, Senior Program Associate
Clinton Lacey, Site Coordinator
Community Justice Network for Youth (CJNY)
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The Real Costs and Benefits of Change: Finding Opportunities for Reform During Difficult Fiscal Timeshttp://njjn.org/uploads/digital_library/resource_1613.pdf8/1/201145Juvenile Justice Reforms2010Pages 2-10, 13-14National Juvenile Justice Network
(grant from John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation)
- Center for Juvenile Law and Policy, Loyola Law School,
- Southern Poverty Law Center,
- Indiana Juvenile Justice Task Force, Inc,
- Juvenile Justice Coalition of Minnesota
- Partnership for Safety and Justice,
- Rhode Island KIDS COUNT,
- New York Juvenile Justice Coalition,
- Juvenile Law Center
- Connecticut Juvenile Justice Alliance,
- Columbia Legal Services,
- Wisconsin Council on Children and Families,
- Ohio Juvenile Justice Coalition
- Alabama Youth Justice Coalition
- Arizona's Children’s Action Alliance
- Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families
- California Center for Juvenile Law and Policy
- California Youth Justice Coalition
- Colorado Criminal Defense Bar
- Colorado Juvenile Defender Coalition
- Pendulum Foundation
- Connecticut Juvenile Justice Alliance
- Delaware Collaboration for Youth
- DC Lawyers for Youth
- Justice for DC Youth
- Florida Children's Campaign, Inc.
- JUSTGeorgia
- Illinois Juvenile Justice Initiative
- Indiana Juvenile Justice Task Force, Inc.
- Iowa Coalition 4 Juvenile Justice
- Kentucky Youth Advocates
- Families and Friends of Louisiana's Incarcerated Children
- Juvenile Justice Project of Louisiana
- Maryland Juvenile Justice Coalition
- Maryland Just Kids
- Massachusetts Citizens for Juvenile Justice
- Michigan Council on Crime and Delinquency
- Minnesota Juvenile Justice Coalition (JJC)
- Mississippi Youth Justice Project
- Missouri Juvenile Justice Association
- Voices for Children in Nebraska
- New Mexico Council on Crime and Delinquency
- New York Juvenile Justice Coalition
- Action for Children North Carolina
- Ohio Juvenile Justice Coalition
- Voices for Ohio’s Children
- Oregon Partnership for Safety and Justice
- Pennsylvania Models for Change Community Partnership
- Rhode Island Kids Count
- Juvenile Justice Initiative, Texas Criminal Justice Coalition
- Texans Care for Children
- Families and Allies of Virginia's Youth
- VIrginia JustChildren, Legal Aid Justice Center
- Wisconsin Council on Children and Families
- Wyoming Children's Action Alliance
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Workforce and Youth Development- Barriers and Promising Approaches to Workforce and Youth Development for Young Offendershttp://www.aecf.org/upload/publicationfiles/barriers%20and%20promising.pdf8/1/201135Juvenile Justice Reforms2002Page 37. Also references Citation 16David Brown, Executive director of National Youth Employment Coalition (NYEC)
Sarah Maxwell, Consultant to the National Youth Employment Coalition
Edward DeJesus, President of the Youth Development and Research Fund, Inc. (YDRF)
Vincent Schiraldi, President of the Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice (CJCJ)

The Annie E. Casey Foundation
John Brooks, YMCA-USA
Ray Chase, American Correctional Association
David Coi, Coalition for Juvenile Justice
Mary Fairchild, National Council of State Legislators
David Gruber, Workforce Strategy Center
Carolyn Haynes, National Council on Crime and Delinquency
Sarah Ingersoll, National Campaign Against Youth Violence
Lisa Lybert, National Crime Prevention Council
Shawn Mooring, Public/Private Ventures
Ira Schwartz, Center for the Study of Youth Policy
Pat Torbett, National Center for Juvenile Justice
Linda Wilkerson, American Probation and Parole Association, Council of State Governments
Jesse Williams, City and County of San Francisco
Beverly Bachmein, U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Mike Buzbee, Gulf Coast Trades Center
Carrey Cockerell, Tarrant County (Texas) Juvenile Services
John Dillow, Living Classrooms Foundation
Doug Dodge, U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
Derrick Dolphin, U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Job Corps
Barry Krisberg, National Center for Crime and Delinquency
David Lah, U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration
Ned Loughran, Council of Juvenile Correctional Administrators
Thomas MacLellan, National Governors’ Association, Center for Best Practices
Ed Ridgway, National Center for Strategic Nonprofit Planning and Community Leadership
Kristin Rantanen, PIC of Philadelphia
Juan Sanchez, Southwest Key Program.
Ned Loughran and the staff of the Council of Juvenile Correctional Administrators
Joshua Weber and Amanda Lauffer of the Youth Development and Research Fund
John Savage of the Justice Policy Institute
Ellen Wernick of EW Consulting
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Restorative Justice: Implementation Guidelineshttp://www.promoteprevent.org/node/33648/1/2011Juvenile Justice Reforms2009Scan webpage for info. Page numbers aren't available.National Center for Mental Health Promotion and Youth Violence Prevention
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Fact sheets from the Prevention Institute on negative consequences of violence in relation to Chronic Illness, Mental Health, and Learning that end up costing us a lot:http://www.preventioninstitute.org/component/jlibrary/article/id-301/127.html8/1/201142Miscellaneous2011No hard numbers, but good general awareness.Prevention Institute
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Butler Family Fund
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Valuing Benefits in Benefit-Cost Studies of Social Programshttp://www.rand.org/pubs/technical_reports/2008/RAND_TR643.pdf8/1/201147Miscellaneous2008Pages 82-83RAND Corp.
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A Quantitative and Qualitative Assessment of Electronic Monitoringhttps://www.ncjrs.gov/pdffiles1/nij/grants/230530.pdf9/19/2011Prison Reforms2010William Bales,
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Thomas Blomberg,
Gerry Gaes,
Kelle Barrick,
Karla Dhungana,
Brian McManus
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Alternative To Incarceration Programs: Cut Crime, Cut Costs and Help People and Communitieshttp://www.wpaonline.org/pdf/WPA_ATI.pdf8/1/201149Prison Reforms2003Pages 2-3
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Baltimore Behind Bars- How to Reduce the Jail Population, Save Money and Improve Public Safetyhttp://www.justicepolicy.org/uploads/justicepolicy/documents/10-06_rep_baltbehindbars_md-ps-ac-rd.pdf8/1/201151Prison ReformsJustice Policy Institute- The MacArthur Foundation
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- Annie E. Casey Foundation
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- Drug Policy Alliance
Butler Family Fund
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Chart: Sequence of Events in the Criminal Justice Systemhttp://www.victimlaw.info/victimlaw/resources/include/BJScjsflowco.pdf8/1/201152Prison Reforms
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Collateral Costs - Incarceration's Effect on Economic Mobilityhttp://www.pewcenteronthestates.org/uploadedFiles/Collateral_Costs.pdf?n=86538/1/201153Prison Reforms
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Comprehensive Framework for Paroling Authorities in an Era of Evidence-Based Practiceshttp://static.nicic.gov/Library/022906.pdf8/1/201154Prison Reforms
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Education and Incarcerationhttp://www.justicepolicy.org/images/upload/03-08_REP_EducationIncarceration_AC-BB.pdf8/1/201155Prison ReformsJustice Policy Institute- The MacArthur Foundation
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Butler Family Fund
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Effective Clinical Practices in Treating Clients in the Criminal Justice Systemhttp://cebp.indiana.edu/Portals/418/Chris/Effective%20Clinical%20Practices%20in%20Treatment.pdf8/1/201156Prison Reforms
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Effective Investments in Public Safety: Educationhttp://www.justicepolicy.org/uploads/justicepolicy/documents/07-02_fac_education_ac-ps.pdf8/1/201139Prison Reforms2007Pages 1-4Justice Policy Institute- The MacArthur Foundation
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- Drug Policy Alliance
Butler Family Fund
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Effective Investments in Public Safety: Mass incarceration and longer sentences fail to make us saferhttp://www.justicepolicy.org/images/upload/07-02_FAC_MassIncarceration_AC-PS.pdf8/1/201140Prison Reforms2007Justice Policy Institute- The MacArthur Foundation
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- Annie E. Casey Foundation
- Fund for Non-Violence
- Drug Policy Alliance
Butler Family Fund
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Effective Prison Mental Health Services- Guidelines to Expand and Improve Treatmenthttp://static.nicic.gov/Library/018604.pdf8/1/201157Prison Reforms
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Evidence-Based Adult Corrections Programs- What Works And What Does Not-2006http://www.wsipp.wa.gov/rptfiles/06-01-1201.pdf8/1/201158Prison Reforms
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Evidence-Based Practice- Principles for Enhancing Correctional Results in Prisonshttp://static.nicic.gov/Library/023360.pdf8/1/201159Prison Reforms
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Implementing Evidence-Based Policy and Practice in Community Corrections- Second Editionhttp://cjinstitute.org/files/Community_Corrections_BoxSet_Oct09.pdf8/1/201160Prison Reforms
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Jail Reentry Toolkit for Local Elected Officialshttp://www.urban.org/uploadedpdf/412287-Elected-Officials-Reentry-Toolkit.pdf8/1/201161Prison Reforms
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Locked Up and Locked Out- An Educational Perspective on the U.S Prison Populationhttp://www.ets.org/Media/Research/pdf/PIC-LOCKEDUP.pdf8/1/201162Prison Reforms
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Money Well Spent: How positive social investments will reduce incarceration rates improve public safety and promote the well-being of communities http://www.justicepolicy.org/uploads/justicepolicy/documents/10-09_rep_moneywellspent_ps-dc-ac-jj.pdf8/1/201144Prison Reforms2010Pages 28-30Justice Policy Institute
By Sarah Lyons and Nastassia Walsh
- Open Society Institute
- Public Welfare Foundation
- Staff of Public Defenders Service of D.C.
- Carolyn Dallas and Rene Gornall, Time Dollar Youth Courts
- Eduardo Ferrer and Daniel Okonkwo, D.C. Lawyers for Youth
Ricardo Flores, Latin American Youth Center
Philip Fornaci, D.C. Prisoner’s Project
Barry Holman and David Muhammad, Department of Youth Rehabilitation Services;
Staff of Sasha Bruce Youthwork
Cecilia Thomas, Roving Leaders Program for Teens
Reverend Stephen Tucker, New Commandment Baptist Church
Princess Whitaker-Taylor and the Life Manager Staff, Peaceoholics
Ed Lazare, D.C. Fiscal Policy Institute
Michael Edwards, Defeat Poverty DC.
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Moving Target- A Decade of Resistance to the Prison Industrial Complexhttp://www.justicepolicy.org/uploads/justicepolicy/documents/moving_target.pdf8/1/201163Prison ReformsJustice Policy Institute- The MacArthur Foundation
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- Annie E. Casey Foundation
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- Drug Policy Alliance
Butler Family Fund
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Offender Supervision with Electronic Technology: Community Corrections Resourcehttp://www.appa-net.org/eweb/docs/appa/pubs/OSET_2.pdf8/1/201164Prison Reforms
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One in 100-Behind Bars in America 2008http://www.pewcenteronthestates.org/uploadedFiles/One%20in%20100.pdf8/1/201165Prison Reforms
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Pruning Prisons: How Cutting Corrections Can Save Money and Protect Public Safetyhttp://www.justicepolicy.org/images/upload/09_05_REP_PruningPrisons_AC_PS.pdf8/1/201167Prison ReformsJustice Policy Institute- The MacArthur Foundation
- Open Society Institute
- Public Welfare Foundation
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- Drug Policy Alliance
Butler Family Fund
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Shifting the Problem- Fact Sheet on Proposed California Community Corrections Enhancement Acthttp://www.justicepolicy.org/uploads/justicepolicy/documents/10-06_fac_california_bill_ac.pdf8/1/201168Prison ReformsJustice Policy Institute- The MacArthur Foundation
- Open Society Institute
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- Annie E. Casey Foundation
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- Drug Policy Alliance
Butler Family Fund
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Still Striking Out: Ten Years of California’s Three Strikeshttp://www.justicepolicy.org/uploads/justicepolicy/documents/04-03_rep_castillstrikingout_ac.pdf8/1/201169Prison ReformsJustice Policy Institute- The MacArthur Foundation
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- Fund for Non-Violence
- Drug Policy Alliance
Butler Family Fund
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The Criminal Justice System in Washington State: Incarceration Rates, Taxpayer Costs, Crime Rates and Prison Economicshttp://www.wsipp.wa.gov/rptfiles/SentReport2002.pdf8/1/201170Prison Reforms
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The Diminishing Returns of Increased Incarceration- A Blueprint to Improve Public Safety and Reduce Costshttp://www.nacdl.org/sl_docs.nsf/freeform/nationalissues/$FILE/BlueprintFinal.pdf8/1/201171Prison Reforms
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The Effects of Postsecondary Correctional Education Final Reporthttp://www.urban.org/uploadedpdf/411952_PSE_FINAL%205_29_09_webedited.pdf8/1/201172Prison Reforms
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The Extravagance of Imprisonment Revisitedhttp://nccd-crc.issuelab.org/sd_clicks/download2/extravagance_of_imprisonment_revisited8/1/201173Prison Reforms
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The Fiscal Crisis in Corrections-Rethinking Policies and Practiceshttp://www.pewcenteronthestates.org/uploadedFiles/Vera_state_budgets.pdf8/1/201174Prison Reforms
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The Future of Parole as a Key Partner in Assuring Public Safetyhttp://static.nicic.gov/Library/024201.pdf8/1/201175Prison Reforms
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Tipping Points- Maryland’s Overuse of Incarceration and the Impact on Public Safetyhttp://www.justicepolicy.org/images/upload/05-03_REP_MDTippingPoint_AC-MD.pdf8/1/201176Prison Reforms
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Unlocking America-Why and How to Reduce America’s Prison Populationhttp://www.jfa-associates.com/publications/srs/UnlockingAmerica.pdf8/1/201177Prison Reforms
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Wasting Money, Wasting Lives- Calculating the Hidden Costs of Incarceration in New Jerseyhttp://www.drugpolicy.org/sites/default/files/hiddencostsNJ.pdf8/1/201178Prison Reforms
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Community-Based Sentencing Demonstrates Low Recidivism Among Felony-Level Offendershttp://www.cases.org/images/OPR.pdf8/1/201179Recidivism/Reentry Reforms
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Correctional Directors Best Practices Perspectives on Reentry - 2004http://www.asca.net/system/assets/attachments/2075/Reentry_Best_Practices_Publication-1.pdf?12961493578/1/201180Recidivism/Reentry Reforms
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Evaluation of Breaking the Cyclehttp://www.urban.org/UploadedPDF/410911_OTWResourceGuide.pdf8/1/2011Recidivism/Reentry Reforms2003
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Evidence-Based Practices to Reduce Recidivism- Implications for State Judiciarieshttp://www.wicourts.gov/about/organization/programs/docs/cjijudicialpaperfinal.pdf8/1/201181Recidivism/Reentry Reforms
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For Immediate Release- How to Safely Reduce Prison Populations and Support People Returning to Their Communitieshttp://www.justicepolicy.org/images/upload/10-06_FAC_ForImmediateRelease_PS-AC.pdf8/1/201182Recidivism/Reentry ReformsJustice Policy Institute- The MacArthur Foundation
- Open Society Institute
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- Annie E. Casey Foundation
- Fund for Non-Violence
- Drug Policy Alliance
Butler Family Fund
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From Prison to Home: The Dimensions and Consequences of Prisoner Reentryhttp://www.urban.org/pdfs/from_prison_to_home.pdf8/1/2011Recidivism/Reentry Reforms2001
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Homelessness and Prisoner Reentryhttp://reentrypolicy.org/jc_publications/homelessness_prisoner_reentry/Homelessness.pdf8/1/201183Recidivism/Reentry Reforms
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Outside the Walls: A National Snapshot of Community-Based Prisoner Reentry Programshttp://www.urban.org/UploadedPDF/410911_OTWResourceGuide.pdf8/1/2011Recidivism/Reentry Reforms2005Urban Institute
Amy L. Solomon
Michelle Waul
Asheley Van Ness
Jeremy Travis
Outreach Extensions
Judy Ravitz
Ken Ravitz
Anne Llewellyn
Denise Blake
The Annie E. Casey Foundation
Council of State Governments
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