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FY 2003 OJJDP DISCRETIONARY CONTINUATION PROGRAMS-RESEARCH, EVALUATION AND STATISTICS

Award Information

Award #
1996-MU-FX-0014
Location
Awardee County
Albany
Congressional District
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
1996
Total funding (to date)
$2,226,200

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 1996, $90,000)

Project Summary for 1996-MU-FX-0014 S-7

The Rochester Youth Development Study is an ongoing panel study designed to examine the causes and consequences of delinquency. The study has followed a sample of high-risk youth from 1988 through 1997 and has collected extensive information about their involvement in delinquency, violence, drug use, and other problem behaviors. Detailed information has also been collected on many of the basic causes and correlates of these behaviors. In 1999, we added an intergenerational component by studying the children of our original adolescent subjects. During this project period, we will focus on two core activities: data collection and dissemination of results. We will continue data collection to examine the intergenerational transmission of delinquency and the long-term consequences of involvement with the juvenile justice system. Interviews with the third generation of study participants will be conducted and official data will be collected to construct histories of juvenile justice system involvement for all sample members. In addition, we will analyze this new data, along with the data already collected as part of the Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency. As in past years, we will submit a variety of reports and bulletins to OJJDP. Topics will be chosen in consultation with OJJDP staff.

CA/NCF

Project Summary for 1996-MU-FX-0014 S-7

The Rochester Youth Development Study is an ongoing panel study designed to examine the causes and consequences of delinquency. The study has followed a sample of high-risk youth from 1988 through 1997 and has collected extensive information about their involvement in delinquency, violence, drug use, and other problem behaviors. Detailed information has also been collected on many of the basic causes and correlates of these behaviors. In 1999, we added an intergenerational component by studying the children of our original adolescent subjects. During this project period, we will focus on two core activities: data collection and dissemination of results. We will continue data collection to examine the intergenerational transmission of delinquency and the long-term consequences of involvement with the juvenile justice system. Interviews with the third generation of study participants will be conducted and official data will be collected to construct histories of juvenile justice system involvement for all sample members. In addition, we will analyze this new data, along with the data already collected as part of the Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency. As in past years, we will submit a variety of reports and bulletins to OJJDP. Topics will be chosen in consultation with OJJDP staff.

CA/NCF

Project Summary for 1996-MU-FX-0014 S-7

The Rochester Youth Development Study is an ongoing panel study designed to examine the causes and consequences of delinquency. The study has followed a sample of high-risk youth from 1988 through 1997 and has collected extensive information about their involvement in delinquency, violence, drug use, and other problem behaviors. Detailed information has also been collected on many of the basic causes and correlates of these behaviors. In 1999, we added an intergenerational component by studying the children of our original adolescent subjects. During this project period, we will focus on two core activities: data collection and dissemination of results. We will continue data collection to examine the intergenerational transmission of delinquency and the long-term consequences of involvement with the juvenile justice system. Interviews with the third generation of study participants will be conducted and official data will be collected to construct histories of juvenile justice system involvement for all sample members. In addition, we will analyze this new data, along with the data already collected as part of the Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency. As in past years, we will submit a variety of reports and bulletins to OJJDP. Topics will be chosen in consultation with OJJDP staff.

CA/NCF

Project Summary for 1996-MU-FX-0014 S-7

The Rochester Youth Development Study is an ongoing panel study designed to examine the causes and consequences of delinquency. The study has followed a sample of high-risk youth from 1988 through 1997 and has collected extensive information about their involvement in delinquency, violence, drug use, and other problem behaviors. Detailed information has also been collected on many of the basic causes and correlates of these behaviors. In 1999, we added an intergenerational component by studying the children of our original adolescent subjects. During this project period, we will focus on two core activities: data collection and dissemination of results. We will continue data collection to examine the intergenerational transmission of delinquency and the long-term consequences of involvement with the juvenile justice system. Interviews with the third generation of study participants will be conducted and official data will be collected to construct histories of juvenile justice system involvement for all sample members. In addition, we will analyze this new data, along with the data already collected as part of the Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency. As in past years, we will submit a variety of reports and bulletins to OJJDP. Topics will be chosen in consultation with OJJDP staff.

CA/NCF

Project Summary for 1996-MU-FX-0014 S-7

The Rochester Youth Development Study is an ongoing panel study designed to examine the causes and consequences of delinquency. The study has followed a sample of high-risk youth from 1988 through 1997 and has collected extensive information about their involvement in delinquency, violence, drug use, and other problem behaviors. Detailed information has also been collected on many of the basic causes and correlates of these behaviors. In 1999, we added an intergenerational component by studying the children of our original adolescent subjects. During this project period, we will focus on two core activities: data collection and dissemination of results. We will continue data collection to examine the intergenerational transmission of delinquency and the long-term consequences of involvement with the juvenile justice system. Interviews with the third generation of study participants will be conducted and official data will be collected to construct histories of juvenile justice system involvement for all sample members. In addition, we will analyze this new data, along with the data already collected as part of the Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency. As in past years, we will submit a variety of reports and bulletins to OJJDP. Topics will be chosen in consultation with OJJDP staff.

CA/NCF

Project Summary for 1996-MU-FX-0014 S-7

The Rochester Youth Development Study is an ongoing panel study designed to examine the causes and consequences of delinquency. The study has followed a sample of high-risk youth from 1988 through 1997 and has collected extensive information about their involvement in delinquency, violence, drug use, and other problem behaviors. Detailed information has also been collected on many of the basic causes and correlates of these behaviors. In 1999, we added an intergenerational component by studying the children of our original adolescent subjects. During this project period, we will focus on two core activities: data collection and dissemination of results. We will continue data collection to examine the intergenerational transmission of delinquency and the long-term consequences of involvement with the juvenile justice system. Interviews with the third generation of study participants will be conducted and official data will be collected to construct histories of juvenile justice system involvement for all sample members. In addition, we will analyze this new data, along with the data already collected as part of the Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency. As in past years, we will submit a variety of reports and bulletins to OJJDP. Topics will be chosen in consultation with OJJDP staff.

CA/NCF

Project Summary for 1996-MU-FX-0014 S-7

The Rochester Youth Development Study is an ongoing panel study designed to examine the causes and consequences of delinquency. The study has followed a sample of high-risk youth from 1988 through 1997 and has collected extensive information about their involvement in delinquency, violence, drug use, and other problem behaviors. Detailed information has also been collected on many of the basic causes and correlates of these behaviors. In 1999, we added an intergenerational component by studying the children of our original adolescent subjects. During this project period, we will focus on two core activities: data collection and dissemination of results. We will continue data collection to examine the intergenerational transmission of delinquency and the long-term consequences of involvement with the juvenile justice system. Interviews with the third generation of study participants will be conducted and official data will be collected to construct histories of juvenile justice system involvement for all sample members. In addition, we will analyze this new data, along with the data already collected as part of the Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency. As in past years, we will submit a variety of reports and bulletins to OJJDP. Topics will be chosen in consultation with OJJDP staff.

CA/NCF

The Rochester Youth Development Study is an ongoing panel study designed to examine the causes and consequences of delinquency. The study has followed a sample of high-risk youth from 1988 through 1997 and has collected extensive information about their involvement in delinquency, violence, drug use, and other problem behaviors. Detailed information has also been collected on many of the basic causes and correlates of these behaviors. In 1999, we added an intergenerational component by studying the children of our original adolescent subjects. During this project period, we will focus on two core activities: data collection and dissemination of results. We will continue data collection to examine the intergenerational transmission of delinquency and the long-term consequences of involvement with the juvenile justice system. Interviews with the third generation of study participants will be conducted and official data will be collected to construct histories of juvenile justice system involvement for all sample members. In addition, we will analyze this new data, along with the data already collected as part of the Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency. As in past years, we will submit a variety of reports and bulletins to OJJDP. Topics will be chosen in consultation with OJJDP staff.

CA/NCF

Date Created: September 29, 1996