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Risk & Protective Factors Programs at a Glance
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Juveniles

Risk & Protective Factors

Risk and protective factors are preexisting personal characteristics or environmental conditions that increase or reduce the likelihood of delinquent behavior or other negative outcomes. Consistent with public health and child development approaches, many prevention programs target risk and protective factors to intervene early and prevent (rather than respond to or treat) later problem behaviors.

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OJP Publications

Live Fast, Die Young: Anticipated Early Death and Adolescent Violence and Gang Involvement, NIJ-Sponsored, 2016
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National Gang Center Newsletter, Fall 2016, OJJDP-Sponsored, December 2016
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Model Programs Guide Literature Review: Gun Violence and Youth, OJJDP-Sponsored, December 2016
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Implementing the SPEP: Lessons from Demonstration Sites in OJJDP's Juvenile Justice Reform and Reinvestment Initiative, OJJDP-Sponsored, December 2016
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Future Selves, Motivational Capital, and Mentoring Toward College: Assessing the Impact of an Enhanced Mentoring Program for At-Risk Youth, OJJDP-Sponsored, December 2016
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What are the causes of delinquency?
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What risk factors are associated with juveniles who commit sex offenses?
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Do you have resources on youth gang prevention?
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