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Found 7 results for "Carl McCurley"

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2004 

Victims of Violent Juvenile Crime

Carl McCurley, Howard Snyder

This report analyzes the extent and nature of non-fatal violent victimizations committed by juvenile offenders, using 1997-1998 data from the Federal Bureau of Investigation's National Incident-Based Reporting System.

2006 

Self-Reported Law-Violating Behavior from Adolescence to Early Adulthood in a Modern Cohort

Carl McCurley

'Utilizing the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth (NLSY97), this federally supported study provides criminal justice practitioners and policymakers with an overview of problem and law-violating behavior of juveniles and young adults. Key findings from the longitudinal study include: (1) most law-violating behaviors initiated by juveniles were abandoned by age 18; (2) major risk factors for engaging in problem behaviors included gang membership among family members or friends, the presence of higher levels of negative school-based …

2006 

Final Report: Process Evaluation of the Pennsylvania Bureau of Juvenile Justice Services' Aftercare Program

Carl McCurley, Anne Stahl, Doug Thomas

This is the final report on the process evaluation of the aftercare services program of the Pennsylvania Bureau of Juvenile Justice Services (BJJS), prepared by the National Center for Juvenile Justice (NCJJ) for the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency. NCJJ evaluated the design and implementation of the new BJJS program for aftercare service delivery, transformed in January 2005 from a treatment model to a case management model. The new model provides services at …

2006 

Executive Summary: Process Evaluation of the Pennsylvania Bureau of Juvenile Justice Services' Aftercare Program

Carl McCurley, Anne Stahl, Doug Thomas

This is an executive summary of the process evaluation of the aftercare services program of the Pennsylvania Bureau of Juvenile Justice Services (BJJS), prepared by the National Center for Juvenile Justice (NCJJ) for the Pennsylvania Commission on Crime and Delinquency. NCJJ evaluated the design and implementation of the new BJJS program for aftercare service delivery, transformed in January 2005 from a treatment model to a case management model. The new model provides services at disposition, …

2008 

Domestic Assaults by Juvenile Offenders

Howard Snyder, Carl McCurley

Analyzes data reported to the FBI's National Incident-Based Reporting System by a large sample of law enforcement agencies from 30 States. This Bulletin offers a detailed portrait of the attributes of domestic assaults known to law enforcement. It distinguishes among various types of domestic assaults (i.e., sexual, aggravated, and simple assaults) and profiles the location of these crimes, the time of day when they occurred, and weapon involvement.

2008 

Co-Occurrence of Substance Use Behaviors in Youth

Howard Snyder, Carl McCurley

Examines the prevalence and overlap of substance-related behaviors among youth, making comparisons based on age group, gender, and race/ethnicity. Findings reported in this Bulletin are drawn from the first two stages of the 1997 National Longitudinal Survey of Youth, which gathered self-reports from a nationally representative sample of youth ages 12-17 in 1997 and 1998. The data are derived from questions survey participants answered regarding their alcohol and drug use during the previous 30 days, …

2002 

Burglary Cases in Juvenile Court, 1989-1998

Carl McCurley

Discusses the burglary caseload handled by juvenile courts between 1989 and 1998. This Fact Sheet is based on the Report Juvenile Court Statistics 1998, which derives its national estimates from data contributed by nearly 2,100 courts with jurisdiction over 70 percent of the U.S. juvenile population in 1998.

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