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Understanding What Makes Justice-Involved Youths Prepared and Ready for Reentry

In Performance-based Standards’ (PbS) latest brief, Understanding What Makes Justice-Involved Youths Prepared and Ready for Reentry, Executive Director Kim Godfrey describes the significance of collecting perception data from youths about their preparedness for reentry in addition to existing administrative data about services offered.

The brief also describes the recently launched PbS Youth Reentry Survey that will help agencies collect this information from youths leaving facilities and being released from post-placement supervision. Survey participation will give agencies two points in time to see how ready youths are for reentry and the different services and skills developed while in placement and on supervision. Read the brief for preliminary survey findings and analysis.

Monday, November 11, 2019 at 3:32 PM