No Time to Play: Youthful Offenders in Adult Correctional Systems
No Time to Play provides fundamental knowledge for policymakers, administrators, managers, supervisors, and direct line staff to apply to their current and future situations. This resource includes history and a re-evaluation of current thinking. It also provides basic information about adolescent development, and the organization, administration, and management issues that need to be addressed when providing programs and services to the violent youthful offender. Specific programs and services required for violent youthful offenders with special needs are also considered.
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