Police Working with Youth in Non-Enforcement Roles, Outcome Evaluation 2004-2005
Group: University of Connecticut
This report summarizes the results of an evaluation of the Positive Police Interaction with Youth program funded by the JJAC. This program provided funds for local public agencies to increase or enhance positive police interactions with youth outside of the traditional enforcement role. Examples include Police Explorers; police academies; and police-led athletic, skill training, or social events for youth. The evaluation involved administering pre-test and post-test surveys to youth who were engaged in youth development activities in the participating communities. This report was prepared by the University of Connecticut Center for Applied Research.
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