These sources were used in the development of the program profile:
Akers, Ronald L. 1990 “Rational Choice, Deterrence, and Social Learning Theory in Criminology: The Path Not Taken.” The Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology
Angelique, Holly Lizotte, Thomas M. Reischl, and William S. Davidson. 2002. “Promoting Political Empowerment: Evaluation of an Intervention With University Students.” American Journal of Community Psychology
Bauer, Michelle, Gilda Bordeaux, John Cole, William S. Davidson, Arnoldo Martinez, Christina Mitchell, and Dolly Singleton. 1980. “A Diversion Program for Juvenile Offenders: The Experience of Ingham County, Michigan.” Juvenile & Family Court Journal
31:53–62. (This study was reviewed but did not meet Crime Solutions' criteria for inclusion in the overall program rating.)
Davidson, William S. 2009. Michigan State University Adolescent Diversion Project
. East Lansing, Mich.: Michigan State University.https://engage.msu.edu/upload/awards/magrathkellogg/abstracts/Michigan_packet_022709-1.pdf
Davidson, William S., Tiffeny R. Jimenz, Eyitayo Onifade, and Sean S. Hankins. 2010. “Student Experiences of the Adolescent Diversion Project: A Community-Based Exemplar in the Pedagogy of Service-Learning.” American Journal of Community Psychology
Davidson, William S., Jodi Petersen, Sean Hankins, and Maureen Winslow. 2010. “Engaged Research in a University Setting: Results and Reflections on Three Decades of a Partnership to Improve Juvenile Justice.” Journal of Higher Education Outreach and Engagement
Hirschi, Travis. 1969. Causes of Delinquency
. Los Angeles, Calif.: University of California Press.
Michigan State University. 2013. “Ingham County Adolescent Diversion Project.” Accessed August 9, 2013.
Schur, Edwin. 1973. Radical Non-Intervention: Rethinking the Delinquency Problem
. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice Hall.
Sturza, Marisa L., and William S. Davidson. 2006. “Issues Facing the Dissemination of Prevention Programs: Three Decades of Research on the Adolescent Diversion Project.” Journal of Prevention & Intervention in the Community