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    William H. Barton,Denise C. Gottfredson
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In 1988 Maryland closed one of its two juvenile offenders training schools. Closing Institutions for Juvenile Offenders : The Maryland Experience. Gottfredson and William H. Barton.

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Denise C. Gottfredson, William Henry Barton. This study examines the timing of juvenile delinquent behavior by crime type. A nonequivalent control group design was used to compare the effects of the closing on placements an. More). A study of 513 youths participating in after-school programs indicates that crimes against persons are elevated durin.

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Furthermore, specific experiences in these leisure activities are explored as potential mediators of the effects of participation. Results indicate that basketball and football participation is related to more negative experiences and outcomes, but these differences reflect selection of more at-risk youths into these activities.

Denise Claire Gottfredson (née Denise Claire Ruff) is an American criminologist and professor in the Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology at the University of Maryland, College Park. She is an expert on school violence and juvenile delinquency. Gottfredson is a Professor at the University of Maryland Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology. in Social Relations from The Johns Hopkins University, where she specialized in Sociology of Education.

The study of Livingstone et a. Prohibitions on the naming of juvenile offenders in criminal proceedings, for example, exist in all Australian jurisdictions (Chappell & Lincoln 2009).

The study of Livingstone et al. (2008) of a cohort of juveniles born in Queensland in 1983 or 1984 and with one or more finalised juvenile court appearances identified three primary juvenile offending trajectories . chronic offenders, who demonstrated an early onset of offending with a sharp increase throughout the timeframe under study, comprised just 11 percent of the cohort, but were responsible for 33 percent of the cohort’s offending (Livingstone et al. 2008).

This study compared a TG of 625 incarcerated sex offenders in Canadian institutions . The Maryland scientific methods scale.

This study compared a TG of 625 incarcerated sex offenders in Canadian institutions with a CG of 107 sex offenders who did not receive the respective treatment. All programs were based on the Canadian standards of the Risk–Need–Responsivity Model. The treatment took place in special institutions that contain elements of social-therapeutic prisons and forensic hospitals. The concept is based on the Risk–Need–Responsivity model. In L. W. Sherman, D. P. Farrington, B. C. Welsh, & D. L. MacKenzie (Ed., Evidencebased crime prevention (pp. 13–21).

In 1988 Maryland closed one of its two juvenile offenders training schools. This volume summarizes evidence about the state's experience with sharply curtailing juvenile institutionalization by closing the Montrose Training School. It examines the effect of this decision on the residential placement pattern, attitude, experiences, and behaviours of juvenile offenders in Maryland. The text also reports the results of an empirical study based on data collected from nearly 1000 youths over a several-year period. The study examines three primary questions: what immediate effects did the policy to deinstitutionalize have on placements and services provided to the youths released during the transition time and later; what effects did the closing have on subsequent offending behaviour; and what effects did the closing have on subsequent schooling and work experiences, family processes and arrangements, peer influences and psychological adjustment of the juveniles.