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Mentoring Best Practices Research: Effectiveness of Juvenile Mentoring Programs on Recidivism

Mentoring Best Practices Research: Effectiveness of Juvenile Mentoring Programs on Recidivism

PUBLICATION YEAR

2017

RESOURCE TYPES

Publications

COURT TYPES

Juvenile

Resource Description

This study was funded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency
Prevention (OJJDP) and authored by the Center for Criminal Justice Research at theUniversity of Cincinnati.

Four research questions are examined in this document: (1) Are the mentoring services studied here effective in reducing delinquent and criminal reoffending?; (2) Does the impact of these mentoring services differ based on youth characteristics (e.g., risk level)?; (3) Does the quality of the match between mentor and mentee impact youth outcomes?; and (4) Does the quality of the mentoring program lead to differing outcomes?

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