OYA Recidivism Risk Assessment — Violent Crime
Group: Oregon Youth Authority
The OYA Recidivism Risk Assessment – Violent Crime (ORRA-V) predicts the likelihood a youth will be convicted or adjudicated for a violent felony crime within 36 months of commitment to probation or release from OYA close custody. The model assesses risk for violent or threatening crimes that result in—or could result in—physical harm. Examples include homicide, assault, rape, robbery, and weapon offenses.
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