The Provision and Completion of Gender-Specific Services for Girls on Probation: Variation by Race and Ethnicity

@inproceedings{Wolf2009ThePA,
  title={The Provision and Completion of Gender-Specific Services for Girls on Probation: Variation by Race and Ethnicity},
  author={Angela M. Wolf and Juliette N. Graziano and Christopher J. Hartney},
  year={2009}
}
Beginning in the late 1980s, the number of girls entering the juvenile justice system increased dramatically. Although historically girls had entered the justice system with status offenses, recent examinations suggest a sharp rise in the number of girls charged with more serious crimes. Researchers and policy makers have increasingly acknowledged the need for a gender-specific approach, which has prompted the development of gender-responsive theories, strategies, and programming to… CONTINUE READING