This report explores the consequences of recent policy changes regarding out-of-home placement for youth of color.
Federal data, surveys, and publications on the adult correctional population, including jails, prisons, probation and parole.
National, state, and county data on juvenile justice systems and victim status, including key demographic data.
These 50 state-specific workbooks contain comparisons related to arrests, recidivism, crime, and incarcerated populations.
This article addresses the confidentiality of juvenile delinquency records and explores their collateral consequences.
This paper explores the problems that arise when recidivism is used as the principal measure for evaluating outcomes.
Through vivid stories, Bernstein explores the conditions children are subjected to in the US juvenile justice system.
Caught: The Lives of Juvenile Justice tells the stories of young lives forever changed by collisions with law and order.
The RAC assists Alameda County’s Probation Department to ensure best practices and reduce out-of-home placement for youth.
The RAC joins Reclaiming Futures to evaluate innovative approaches to assist youth away from problematic substance use.
The Office of Diversion and Reentry partnered with the RAC to implement recommendations of the Youth Diversion Subcommittee.