Police Working with Youth in Non-Enforcement Roles, Outcome Evaluation 2002-2004
Group: University of Connecticut
This report summarizes the results of a two-year evaluation of the Police Working with Youth in Non-Enforcement Roles program funded by the JJAC. Police worked with youth in a variety of contexts including Police Explorers, police academies, police-led athletics programs, police sponsored adventure activities, and School Resource Officers. Youth involved in police programs were contrasted with a comparison group of youth who participated in a variety of in-school or out-of-school activities that did not include working with police. Implications of the findings and recommendations for youth programs and future evaluation efforts are presented. This report was prepared by the University of Connecticut Center for Applied Research.
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