Juvenile Delinquency

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Juvenile delinquency—negative behaviors of children and teens that may result in crimes or legal action—frequently causes widespread problems in communities. RAND's research on juvenile delinquency includes populations from diverse socioeconomic backgrounds and features studies related to crime and juvenile justice, at-risk populations, violence, bullying, substance abuse prevention and treatment, and adolescent mental health.

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    Report

    Criminal Careers of Habitual Felons

    Analysis of interviews with 49 prison inmates - armed robbers serving at least their second prison term. The interviews probed patterns of criminality; criminal sophistication; treatment by criminal justice agencies; and drug and alcohol involvement.

    Jan 1, 1977

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    Criminal Careers of Habitual Felons: A Summary Report

    Summarizes findings from a project designed to examine the criminal careers of habitual felons. In-depth personal interviews with 49 prison inmates are the primary source of data.

    Jan 1, 1977

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    People

    Dionne Barnes-Proby

    Social Policy Researcher; Faculty, Pardee RAND Graduate School; Co-Chair, Black Employees Leading in Inclusion, Equity, Vision, and Education Employee Resource Group
    Education D.P.A. in public administration - collaborative governance, University of La Verne; M.S.W. in policy, planning, and administration, Loma Linda University; B.A. in psychology and black studies, Pitzer College

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    People

    Elizabeth J. D'Amico

    Senior Behavioral Scientist
    Education Ph.D. in clinical psychology, University of Texas

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    People

    Alex R. Dopp

    Behavioral and Social Scientist
    Education Ph.D. in child clinical psychology, University of Missouri; M.A. in psychology, University of Missouri; B.A. in psychology, University of Michigan

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    People

    Stephanie Brooks Holliday

    Behavioral Scientist
    Education Ph.D. in clinical psychology, Drexel University; M.S. in psychology, Drexel University; B.S. in psychology, Duke University

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    People

    Rajeev Ramchand

    Codirector, RAND Epstein Family Veterans Policy Research Institute; Senior Behavioral Scientist
    Education Ph.D. in psychiatric epidemiology, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health; B.A. in economics, University of Chicago