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17 In one study, the rate was reported to be nearly 30 percent higher than the usual juvenile recidivism rate.
18 The recidivism rate drops even more when juveniles are placed in community-based centers as an alternative to traditional residential facilities.
From here, most juveniles receive some form of punishment, such as probation or community service.
Often times, the sentence might call for placement in a traditional juvenile residential placement facility.
1 These otherwise normal differences can contribute to behaviors that lead to involvement with the juvenile justice system.
Beyond developmental influences, additional risk factors associated with youth ending up in the juvenile justice system are cognitive deficits, low school involvement, living in poverty, or being runaway or homeless.
19 While youth who are charged with the most serious and violent offenses are more likely to be tried as adults and sentenced to adult prison, juveniles with more mid-range offenses, including burglary, theft, or repeat juvenile offenders, often spend time at a traditional juvenile residential placement facility.
For example, it is developmentally normative for adolescents to take greater risks and show greater susceptibility to peer influences than adults. Ive searched through this forum and found little to nothing about this place on here which indicates to me that not many people on here have much info on it but Im hoping im wrong.It only serves 9 counties in Southwest Ohio so its hard to find anyone on the internet anywhere that has any experience or knowledge with this place. Does anyone who has been in there or known someone in there either now or in the past have any info regarding safety in this facility.16 In addition, youth confined to adult prisons are more likely to be abused or attacked by adult prisoners. Various studies from New York, Pennsylvania, and Florida have found that the recidivism rate for juveniles who served in adult prisons is significantly higher than those who remained in the juvenile system.