Research Centers & Programs
Executive Session on Community Corrections (2013-2016)
- Columbia Justice Lab Emerging Adult Project
- Emerging Adults and the Criminal Justice System, Center for Criminal Justice Research, Policy, and Practice luc.edu/ccj/currentinitiatives/emergingadultsandthecriminaljusticesystem
Agencies & Organizations
- The Council of State Governments Justice Center (CSG) csgjusticecenter.org
- Justice Policy Institute (JPI) justicepolicy.org
- Juvenile Justice Initiative jjustice.org
- MassINC massinc.org/research/criminal-justice
- National Center for Juvenile Justice (NCJJ) ncjj.org
- National Institute of Justice www.nij.gov
- National Partnership for Juvenile Services npjs.org
- Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) ojjdp.gov
- Roca, Inc. rocainc.org
- Youth First Initiative youthfirstinitiative.org
- T2A Transition to Adulthood Alliance t2a.org.uk
- Combating the Crisis: Using justice reform to address the drug epidemic among emerging adults, Selen Siringil Perker and Lael Chester, January 2018.
- Emerging Adults: A distinct population that calls for an age-appropriate approach by the justice system, Selen Siringil Perker and Lael Chester, June 2017.
- Public Safety and Emerging Adults in Connecticut: Providing Effective and Developmentally Appropriate Responses for Youth Under Age 21. Lael Chester and Vincent Schiraldi, December 2016.
- Community-Based Responses to Justice-Involved Young Adults Schiraldi, Western, Bradner (ESCC)
- From Juvenile Delinquency to Young Adult Offending: Study Group on the Transitions between Juvenile Delinquency & Adult Crime (NIJ)
- Reducing Recidivism & Improving Other Outcomes for Young Adults in the Juvenile & Adult Criminal Justice System Council of State Government's Justice Center (CSG)
- Viewing Justice Reinvestment through a Developmental Lens: New Approaches to Reducing Young Adult Recidivism in MA (MassINC)
- Young Adults in Conflict with the Law: Opportunities for Diversion (Juvenile Justice Initiative)
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