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PROGRAM OF RESEARCH ON THE CAUSES AND CORRELATES OF DELINQUENCY: A LONGITUDINAL MULTI-DISCIPLINARY STUDY OF DEVELOPMENT

Award Information

Award #
1996-MU-FX-0017
Location
Congressional District
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
1996
Total funding (to date)
$3,056,349

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 1996, $119,999)

Project Summary for 1996-MU-FX-0017 s8

This application is for the continuation of a major longitudinal research project. The project is studying developmental processes and life experiences that lead to involvement in delinquency and other problem behavior, with a goal of suggesting the nature and timing of prevention and intervention programs. The project also focuses on precursors to and outcomes of juvenile justice system involvement, with a focus on experiences of youth caught-up in the juvenile justice as they re-enter regular society. The application involves several objectives. (1) The continuation of collaborative research efforts with OJJDP and the other two projects of OJJDP's Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency. (2) Continuation of research specific to the Denver Youth Survey. (3) Conducting interviews with individuals who were serious and violent offenders during adolescence. (4) Further enhancement of a remote access data center that provides public access to research data of the Denver project and acts as a prototype that can be adopted by the other sites of the Program of Research.

NCA/NCF

This application is for the continuation of a major longitudinal research project. The project is studying developmental processes and life experiences that lead to involvement in delinquency and other problem behavior, with a goal of suggesting the nature and timing of prevention and intervention programs. The project also focuses on precursors to and outcomes of juvenile justice system involvement, with a focus on experiences of youth caught-up in the juvenile justice as they re-enter regular society. The application involves several objectives. (1) Continuation of collaborative research efforts with OJJDP and the other two projects of OJJDP's Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency. (2) Continuation of research specific to the Denver Youth Survey. (3) Conducting interviews with an additional sample of youth to examine over-time changes in delinquency and over time changes in risk and protective factors to ascertain if findings from prior waves are stable and applicable to the current time. (4) Further enhancement of a remote access data center that provides public access to research data of the Denver project and acts as a prototype that could be adopted by the other sites of the Program of Research.NCA/NCF

This application is for the continuation of a major longitudinal research project. The project is studying developmental processes and life experiences that lead to involvement in delinquency and other problem behavior, with a goal of suggesting the nature and timing of prevention and intervention programs. The project also focuses on precursors to and outcomes of juvenile justice system involvement, with a focus on experiences of youth caught-up in the juvenile justice as they re-enter regular society. The application involves several objectives. (1) Continuation of collaborative research efforts with OJJDP and the other two projects of OJJDP's Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency. (2) Continuation of research specific to the Denver Youth Survey. (3) Conducting interviews with an additional sample of youth to examine over-time changes in delinquency and over time changes in risk and protective factors to ascertain if findings from prior waves are stable and applicable to the current time. (4) Further enhancement of a remote access data center that provides public access to research data of the Denver project and acts as a prototype that could be adopted by the other sites of the Program of Research.NCA/NCF

This application is for the continuation of a major longitudinal research project. The project is studying developmental processes and life experiences that lead to involvement in delinquency and other problem behavior, with a goal of suggesting the nature and timing of prevention and intervention programs. The project also focuses on precursors to and outcomes of juvenile justice system involvement, with a focus on experiences of youth caught-up in the juvenile justice as they re-enter regular society. The application involves several objectives. (1) Continuation of collaborative research efforts with OJJDP and the other two projects of OJJDP's Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency. (2) Continuation of research specific to the Denver Youth Survey. (3) Conducting interviews with an additional sample of youth to examine over-time changes in delinquency and over time changes in risk and protective factors to ascertain if findings from prior waves are stable and applicable to the current time. (4) Further enhancement of a remote access data center that provides public access to research data of the Denver project and acts as a prototype that could be adopted by the other sites of the Program of Research.NCA/NCF

This application is for the continuation of a major longitudinal research project. The project is studying developmental processes and life experiences that lead to involvement in delinquency and other problem behavior, with a goal of suggesting the nature and timing of prevention and intervention programs. The project also focuses on precursors to and outcomes of juvenile justice system involvement, with a focus on experiences of youth caught-up in the juvenile justice as they re-enter regular society. The application involves several objectives. (1) Continuation of collaborative research efforts with OJJDP and the other two projects of OJJDP's Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency. (2) Continuation of research specific to the Denver Youth Survey. (3) Conducting interviews with an additional sample of youth to examine over-time changes in delinquency and over time changes in risk and protective factors to ascertain if findings from prior waves are stable and applicable to the current time. (4) Further enhancement of a remote access data center that provides public access to research data of the Denver project and acts as a prototype that could be adopted by the other sites of the Program of Research.NCA/NCF

This application is for the continuation of a major longitudinal research project. The project is studying developmental processes and life experiences that lead to involvement in delinquency and other problem behavior, with a goal of suggesting the nature and timing of prevention and intervention programs. The project also focuses on precursors to and outcomes of juvenile justice system involvement, with a focus on experiences of youth caught-up in the juvenile justice as they re-enter regular society. The application involves several objectives. (1) Continuation of collaborative research efforts with OJJDP and the other two projects of OJJDP's Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency. (2) Continuation of research specific to the Denver Youth Survey. (3) Conducting interviews with an additional sample of youth to examine over-time changes in delinquency and over time changes in risk and protective factors to ascertain if findings from prior waves are stable and applicable to the current time. (4) Further enhancement of a remote access data center that provides public access to research data of the Denver project and acts as a prototype that could be adopted by the other sites of the Program of Research.NCA/NCF

This application is for the continuation of a major longitudinal research project. The project is studying developmental processes and life experiences that lead to involvement in delinquency and other problem behavior, with a goal of suggesting the nature and timing of prevention and intervention programs. The project also focuses on precursors to and outcomes of juvenile justice system involvement, with a focus on experiences of youth caught-up in the juvenile justice as they re-enter regular society. The application involves several objectives. (1) Continuation of collaborative research efforts with OJJDP and the other two projects of OJJDP's Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency. (2) Continuation of research specific to the Denver Youth Survey. (3) Conducting interviews with an additional sample of youth to examine over-time changes in delinquency and over time changes in risk and protective factors to ascertain if findings from prior waves are stable and applicable to the current time. (4) Further enhancement of a remote access data center that provides public access to research data of the Denver project and acts as a prototype that could be adopted by the other sites of the Program of Research.NCA/NCF

This application is for the continuation of a major longitudinal research project. The project is studying developmental processes and life experiences that lead to involvement in delinquency and other problem behavior, with a goal of suggesting the nature and timing of prevention and intervention programs. The project also focuses on precursors to and outcomes of juvenile justice system involvement, with a focus on experiences of youth caught-up in the juvenile justice as they re-enter regular society. The application involves several objectives. (1) Continuation of collaborative research efforts with OJJDP and the other two projects of OJJDP's Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency. (2) Continuation of research specific to the Denver Youth Survey. (3) Conducting interviews with an additional sample of youth to examine over-time changes in delinquency and over time changes in risk and protective factors to ascertain if findings from prior waves are stable and applicable to the current time. (4) Further enhancement of a remote access data center that provides public access to research data of the Denver project and acts as a prototype that could be adopted by the other sites of the Program of Research.NCA/NCF

This application is for the continuation of a major longitudinal research project. The project is studying developmental processes and life experiences that lead to involvement in delinquency and other problem behavior, with a goal of suggesting the nature and timing of prevention and intervention programs. The project also focuses on precursors to and outcomes of juvenile justice system involvement, with a focus on experiences of youth caught-up in the juvenile justice as they re-enter regular society. The application involves several objectives. (1) The continuation of collaborative research efforts with OJJDP and the other two projects of OJJDP's Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency. (2) Continuation of research specific to the Denver Youth Survey. (3) Conducting interviews with individuals who were serious and violent offenders during adolescence. (4) Further enhancement of a remote access data center that provides public access to research data of the Denver project and acts as a prototype that can be adopted by the other sites of the Program of Research.

NCA/NCF

This application is for the continuation of a major longitudinal research project. The project is studying developmental processes and life experiences that lead to involvement in delinquency and other problem behavior, with a goal of suggesting the nature and timing of prevention and intervention programs. The project also focuses on precursors to and outcomes of juvenile justice system involvement, with a focus on experiences of youth caught-up in the juvenile justice as they re-enter regular society. The application involves several objectives. (1) Continuation of collaborative research efforts with OJJDP and the other two projects of OJJDP's Program of Research on the Causes and Correlates of Delinquency. (2) Continuation of research specific to the Denver Youth Survey. (3) Conducting interviews with an additional sample of youth to examine over-time changes in delinquency and over time changes in risk and protective factors to ascertain if findings from prior waves are stable and applicable to the current time. (4) Further enhancement of a remote access data center that provides public access to research data of the Denver project and acts as a prototype that could be adopted by the other sites of the Program of Research.NCA/NCF

Date Created: September 29, 1996