Disproportionate representation in juvenile justice in Michigan: examining the influence of race & gender : a technical report prepared for the Michigan Committee on Juvenile Justice
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Findings from Law Enforcement Personnel lnterviews Observations
Extent of Disproportionate Representation in Juvenile Courts
Bivariate Relationships between Social Characteristics Disposition
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African-American youth Breaking & Entering Brought to Station Caucasian Male Caucasian youth cooffenders counties court personnel court records Custody Decisions data were available decision-makers Delinquency Department differences disproportionate representation drug charge Estimated Probability extent of disproportionate felony offenses fewer priors girls held in detention held in secure Hispanic intake interviews Jackson State University Juvenile Court juvenile justice system juvenile officers LARGE 1 Afr-Amer Law Enforcement Agency lntake Decision Medium 3 court Misd misdemeanor offenses multiple charges no/yes number of prior Numbers in parenthesis offense behavior Offense Characteristics offense model offense type offenses on record personal felonies placement police decisions Police Dept population prior offenses probit Protocol Analysis race and gender Race with Particular racial groups Referral Decision referred to court regression analysis RlORS Afr-Amer Male sample School secure detention securely detained serious offenses sexual single charge Small status offenses substance abuse Table Ward weapon youth of color