Fall 2012 Pinkerton Symposium

The Risks and Benefits of Early Intervention with Justice-Involved Youth Prevention and early intervention efforts with youthful offenders are often criticized as doing more harm than good. When communities intervene too early in the cycle of youth offending, young people may be drawn into the formal justice system prematurely. More than half the youth referred to justice authorities a first time will stop delinquent behavior … Continue reading Fall 2012 Pinkerton Symposium