Pathways to Desistance study

December 11, 2012

Youth Offenses and Sentences Predict Little about Recidivism

In September 2012, the National Juvenile Justice Network released data from the Pathways to Desistance study – a large, collaborative, seven-year project following approximately 1,300 youths after their convictions. Most of the juvenile offenders had been convicted of felony offenses, including murder, robbery, aggravated assault and sex offenses. The study’s […]