1 Jacqueline van Wormer Student Academic Center 403A Spokane, Washington EDUCATION Ph.D., Criminal Justice, Washington State University, December Dissertation: Understanding Operational Dynamics of Drug Courts M.A., Criminal Justice, Washington State University, December 1992 ACADEMIC PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT August 2012 to current: Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology. Washington State University, Spokane, WA January 2011 to August 2012: Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology Washington State University, Pullman, WA. August 2003 to August 2008: Adjunct Faculty, Washington State University Tri-Cities. Richland, WA. OTHER PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT: January 2008 to December 2011: Models for Change* Consultant, Benton/Franklin Counties Juvenile Justice Center [*John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation Juvenile Justice Reform Initiative] January 2006 to December 2010: Faculty/Instructor, Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission, Basic Law Enforcement Academy: Topic: Juvenile Service Workers January 2004 to present: Faculty, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Alcohol and Drugs Division. September 2002 to February 2006: Adult Drug Court Coordinator, Benton/Franklin Counties Superior Court. June 2004 to August 2006: Intervention Services Manager, Benton/Franklin Counties Juvenile Justice Center January 2004 to June 2004: Community Supervision Services Supervisor, Benton/Franklin Counties Juvenile Justice Center
2 van Wormer Curriculum Vitae 2 July 2000 to July 2004: Juvenile Drug Court Coordinator, Benton/Franklin Counties Juvenile Justice Center July 2000 to July 2004: Functional Family Therapy & Sex Offender Treatment Coordinator, Benton/Franklin Counties Juvenile Justice Center March 2000 to July 2000: Probation Counselor II, Intake Unit, Benton/Franklin Counties Juvenile Justice Center August 1999 to March 2000: Probation Counselor I, Selective Aggressive Probation Program, Benton/Franklin Counties Juvenile Justice Center January 1996 to September 1999: Probation Officer/Home Arrest Officer, Missoula County, MT December 1992 to April 1993 and September 1990 to June 1991: Community Program Developer, Washington State Department of Community Development PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS Lutze, F. and van Wormer, J. (2014). The Reality of Practicing the Ten Key Components in Adult Drug Court. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation, 53(5): Carey, S., van Wormer, J.G. & Mackin, J. (2014). Maintaining Fidelity to the Juvenile Drug Court Model: Let s Not Throw the Baby Out with the Bathwater, Drug Court Review, 9 (1) van Wormer, J.G. and F. Lutze. (2010). Managing and Sustaining Your Juvenile Drug Court. Juvenile and Family Court Journal, Spring: 61(2) Lutze, F and van Wormer, J.G. (2007). The Nexus Between Drug and Alcohol Treatment Program Integrity and Drug Court Effectiveness: Policy Recommendations for Pursuing Success. Criminal Justice Policy Review. 18 (3) PUBLICATIONS CURRENTLY UNDER REVIEW van Wormer, J.G. & Campbell, C. What s the Purpose?: Lacking Evidence for Detention of Juvenile Probation Violations. Manuscript submitted to Journal of Juvenile Justice. Revise and Resubmit. January, van Wormer, J.G. and F. Lutze. A look behind the curtain: The impact of team dynamics on drug court outcomes. Book Chapter submitted for Drug Courts: Policies, Implementation and Evaluation. Edited by Dr. Deborah Shaffer. Bolder, CO: Lynne Rienner Publishers TECHNICAL REPORTS AND MONOGRAPHS: van Wormer, J.G., Barbosa-Leiker, C., & Campagna, M. December, Washington State Department of Corrections Evidence-Based Corrections Pilot: Process and Outcome Evaluation Results. van Wormer, J.G., Hamilton, Z., & Murphy, S. December Snohomish County Adult Drug Court Process, Outcome and Cost- Benefit Evaluation.
3 van Wormer Curriculum Vitae 3 van Wormer, J.G., Hamilton, Z., & Murphy, S. December, Snohomish County Family Drug Court Process, Outcome and Cost-Benefit Evaluation. Hamilton, Z., van Wormer, J., Kigerl, A., Campagna, M., Barnoski, R., Block. L & Lee, S The STRONG-R Recidivism Risk Assessment. Tumwater, WA. Hamilton, Z., van Wormer, J.,& Campbell, C Evidence-Based Practices Proviso (EBPP) Year 1 Report. Olympia, WA. van Wormer, J.G & Kigerl Washington State Department of Corrections Dog Handler Program: Program Outcomes and Future Directions. van Wormer, J.G., Barbosa-Leiker, C., & Campagna, M. December, Washington State Department of Corrections, Evidence-Based Corrections Pilot: Interim Results. van Wormer, J.G., Hamilton, Z., & Murphy, S. June Snohomish County Adult Drug Court Process Evaluation. van Wormer, J.G., Hamilton, Z., & Murphy, S. June Snohomish County Family Drug Court Process Evaluation. van Wormer, J.G. Juvenile Drug Courts: TIPS in Practice (#1 and #15) National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges/Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. van Wormer, J.G. Best Practice Training Standard for Adult Drug Courts (#15) National Drug Court Institute. Release: 2014 van Wormer, J. (2012). Outcome Evaluation of the Fast Accountability Skills Training Program. MacArthur Foundation Models for Change Project. van Wormer, J.G and F. Lutze. Exploring the Evidence: The Value of Juvenile Drug Courts. Fall, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges Today Quarterly Magazine van Wormer, J.G. and F. Lutze. Managing and Sustaining Your Juvenile Drug Court. April, Technical Assistance Brief, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges van Wormer, J.G. and F. Lutze. Ensuring Fidelity to the Juvenile Drug Courts Strategies in Practice A Program Component Scale. April, Technical Assistance Brief, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges van Wormer, J.G. and M. Borg, S. James-Andrew, G. Wheeler and S. Yeres. Using Sober Support Groups in Your Juvenile Court. March, Technical Assistance Brief, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges Lutze, F., Mason, K., & van Wormer, J. (2008). Final Report of the Adult Drug Court Process and Outcome Evaluation: Benton and Franklin County. Washington State University: van Wormer, J.G. Juveniles and Methamphetamine Use National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges Today Quarterly Magazine
4 van Wormer Curriculum Vitae 4 MANUSCRIPTS IN PREPARATION van Wormer, J.G. Identifying and Controlling for Drug Court Drift. van Wormer, J.G., Lutze, F. & Abboud, M. Collaboration within Drug Courts: A National Survey of Drug Court Professionals. van Wormer, J.G, Aguiar, C., & Brody, D. Building Academic Partnerships for Sustainable Criminal Justice Reform. van Wormer, J.G & Keigrl, A. Exploring the Efficacy of Prison-Based Dog Handler Programs. van Wormer, J.G & Hsieh, M.L Healing Families: Outcomes from a Family Drug Treatment Court.. van Wormer, J.G. & Hamilton, Z. Assessing the Current State of Juvenile Drug Court Programs: Evidence, Antidotes and Future Directions van Wormer, J.G, Carey, S., & Mackin, J. Innovation Diffusion in a Mature Drug Court Setting. van Wormer, J.G. & Campagna, M. Voices from the Inside: Prisoner Perceptions on the Use of Evidence- Based Practices. CURRENT FUNDED GRANTS/INITIATVES Principal Investigator: Island County Family Drug Court Program Evaluation (December 2014). This research is focused on assessing the current internal operations and limited in-program outcomes of the Island County Family Treatment Court. Total amount awarded: $8,000. Co-Investigator (PI: Hamilton, Z.) Evaluation of the Washington State Department of Corrections Swift and Certain Program (August 2014). Using a quasi-experimental design, this one-year study uses two SAC intervention cohorts compared with a propensity score matched historical sample. A detailed processed evaluation to include both survey and focus group methods is employed as well. Funder: Laura and John Arnold Foundation. Total amount awarded: $75,000. Principal Investigator. Spokane Regional Criminal Justice Reform Oversight (April 2014). Provide technical assistance and research oversight to Spokane City and County officials to guide the creation, establishment and implementation of the Regional Criminal Justice Commission (RCJC) governance structure. Total amount awarded: $26,000. Principal Investigator (Co-PI: Hamilton, Z). BJA Smart Supervision Project (March 2014). This project includes a process and outcome evaluation component. Staff observations and surveys will inform process evaluation using the key measures of organizational readiness to change and technology transfer. Offender outcomes will be evaluated utilizing a quasi-experimental method and will involve propensity score matching. Findings will be used to gain a deeper understanding into the conditions that must be present within a larger state institution to bring about a new culture of change; to measure and assess the adoption of the newly trained skills; and to correlate offender outcomes to officer techniques when using a new risk and needs assessment instrument and the RNR+F Case Management Model. Total amount awarded: $146,000. Principal Investigator (Co-PI: Hamilton, Z). Validation of the Washington State Juvenile Court PACT Tool. (March, 2014) This project utilizes data from over 32,000 juveniles assessed in Washington state via the PACT risk/needs/responsivity tool and is aimed at increasing the discrimination and accuracy of the item
5 van Wormer Curriculum Vitae 5 scores, combining risks and needs into a single prediction instrument, and adding gender responsive elements to the tool. Total amount awarded: $19,890. Co-Investigator (PI: Hamilton, Z). Evidence-based Practices Legislative Proviso Project for the WADOC (October, 2013). Under legislative directive, this project seeks to identify, describe, and investigate the available evidence surrounding all programing used for offender populations by the WADOC. Final deliverable will include recommending programs to utilize and expand, as well as the creation a repository of evidence surrounding offender programing that can guide the WADOC s use of interventions going forward. Total amount awarded: $250,000. Co-Investigator (PI: Hamilton, Z). Static Risk Offender Needs Guide (Revised) for Offender Change (August 2013). The current project is an expansive endeavor to combine collected static risk and dynamic items into a consolidated system of prediction instruments prison infraction, recidivism and violations. The project spans the development and implementation/training of the revised version of WADOC s Static Risk and Offender Needs Guide assessment system (STRONG-R). Total amount awarded: $106,000. Principal Investigator. Spokane County Behavioral Health Drug Court Program (October 2012). Through funding from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), WSU researchers are conducting a comprehensive evaluation of the Spokane County Behavioral Health Therapeutic Drug Court. The research aims to determine the effectiveness of enhancing the drug court program by training staff in trauma informed principles, addition of a risk/needs assessment tool and offering the evidence-based Thinking for a Change program. The goal of this research and program enhancement is to increase public safety by decreasing criminality and substance abuse in Spokane County among felony offenders with substance abuse and/or mental illness. Total amount awarded: $135,000 Co-Investigator (PI: Barbosa-Leiker, C). Washington State Department of Corrections Prison Pilot Project (October 2012). This study is focused on determining the effectiveness of two prisoner pilot rehabilitation programs currently in operation by the Department of Corrections (DOC) in two Eastern Washington facilities. A total of 130 inmates in each facility receive specialized treatment modalities, including Core Correctional Programming and Thinking for a Change. This study entails a process evaluation and outcome evaluation. Total amount awarded: $50,000. Principal Investigator: Evaluation of the City of Spokane Community Court (December 2013). This research is focused on assessing the current internal operations and outcomes of the City of Spokane Community Court. The core focus of this evaluation is a process evaluation aimed at assessing if Community Court policies and procedures are being followed as intended and an outcome evaluation to determine if individuals that participate in the Community Court have stronger outcomes than a matched comparison group. Gratis project, used for training graduate students in evaluation research. COMPLETED GRANTS van Wormer, J.G, Hamilton, Z., Murphy, S., & Howell, D. Snohomish County Therapeutic Courts Evaluation. Snohomish County. August, Amount awarded: $200,000 (one year). van Wormer, J.G. and Lutze, F. Skagit County DUI Enhancement Grant Evaluation. Skagit County Department of Human Services. April Amount awarded: $13,800. van Wormer, J.G. and Sheppard, D. Elementary and Secondary School Counseling Grant. U.S. Department of Education. July, Amount awarded: $300,000.
6 van Wormer Curriculum Vitae 6 van Wormer, J.G. and Banks, D. Fast Forward: School Re-engagement Program. Benton/Franklin Counties United Way. July, Amount Awarded: $120,000. van Wormer, J.G. and Paradis, Sharon. Operations (Phase II) grant for the Benton/Franklin Counties Juvenile Court Models for Change Juvenile Justice Reform Initiative* Amount Awarded: $525,000. [Funding from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation] van Wormer, J.G. and Paradis, Sharon. Operation and Implementation grant for the Benton/Franklin Counties Juvenile Court Models for Change Juvenile Justice Reform Initiative Amount Awarded: $450,000. van Wormer, J.G. and Gasperino, Sharon. Operational Grant for the Benton/Franklin Counties Family Drug Treatment Court. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Amount Awarded: $450,000 van Wormer, J.G. and The Honorable Dennis Yule. Operational Grant for the Benton/Franklin Counties Adult Drug Court. Bureau of Justice Administration Amount Awarded: $500,000 van Wormer, J.G. and Paradis, Sharon. Operational Grant for the Benton/Franklin Counties Juvenile Drug Court. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Amount Awarded: $500,000 Paradis, Sharon, van Wormer, J.G. and Duke, Keri. The Pasco High School Probation Officer Liaison Program. Washington State Governor s Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee Total Amounts Awarded: $320,000 van Wormer, J.G. The Mineral County Mentoring Program. Montana State Board of Crime Control Total Amount: $15,000 van Wormer, J.G. Drug Court Planning Initiative. Drug Court Program Office, Department of Justice Total Amount: $30,000 PROFESSIONAL CONFERENCE PAPER PRESENTATIONS Hamilton, Z, van Wormer, J.G & Brennan, T. Improving Risk, Need and Responsivity Proficiency: Advancements in Assessment Specificity. Feature panel participant. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA: February, 2014 van Wormer, J.G & Campbell, C. What s the Purpose? Lacking Evidence for Detention of Juvenile Probation Violators. A paper presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA: February, 2014 van Wormer, J.G., & Hamilton, Z. Risk Assessment and Evidenced-Based Practices Programming, Washington State Legislature. Olympia, WA. January 16 & 29, Lutze, F., Hamilton, Z., Drapela, L., van Wormer, J.G, & Herald-Prayor, T.. The Benefit of Creating State Level Researcher/Practitioner Level Partnerships in Corrections. Roundtable participant. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX: March, 2013.
7 van Wormer Curriculum Vitae 7 Lutze, F., van Wormer, J.G., Kiskimoto, E., & Heinrich, K. Implementing Systems-wide Change in Corrections: Washington State s Offender Change Program. Roundtable participant. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX: March, Hamilton, Z., van Wormer, J.G., & Burley, M. Moderators for Success in Adult Drug Court. Jacqueline van American Society of Criminology. Chicago, IL. November van Wormer, J.G. Drug Court Team Members and Adherence to the Drug Court Model. A paper presented at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada: March van Wormer, J.G. Drug Courts in the United States and Canada. Conference roundtable moderator. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada: March van Wormer, J.G. Researching Drug Treatment Courts in the Canada and the U.S. Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada: March Lutze, F., van Wormer, J.G, and Bouffard, J Connecting Participant Perceptions of Drug Court to Outcomes: A Survey of Adult Drug Court Participants. Academy of Criminal Justices Sciences Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA. van Wormer, J.G, Are They Really that Different? Meeting the Needs of Adolescent Females in the Juvenile Justice System. 33 rd Annual National Conference on Juvenile Justice, St. Louis, MO. van Wormer, J.G, A More Effective Juvenile Justice Response to Methamphetamine Use. 32 nd Annual National Conference on Juvenile Justice, Orlando, FL. INVITED PRESENTATIONS & ROUNDTABLES: Programs for Offenders. Spokane Regional Criminal Justice Reform Initiative. Moderator, December Sixteen Strategies and Effective Practice in Juvenile Drug Courts. National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges/Office of Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention Learning Collaborative Training, Hawaii. December Effective Strategies in Juvenile Drug Court. National Association of Drug Court Professionals Annual Conference, May 2014 Data, Evaluation and Fidelity to the Model: Best Practices. National Association of Drug Court Professionals Annual Conference, May 2014 Sixteen Strategies and Effective Practice in Juvenile Drug Courts. National Association of Drug Court Professionals Annual Conference, May 2014 Building Sustainable Juvenile Reform: The Role of the Judge Nebraska Supreme Court Education Division. April Juvenile Drug Courts: Research to Practice Initiative. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Washington, DC. December, 2013 & March Exploring the Evidence: 16 Strategies in Practice. Washington State Association of Drug Court Practitioners, October 2013.
8 van Wormer Curriculum Vitae 8 Improving Responses to Participant Behavior: Rethinking Incentives and Sanctions in Mental Health Court. Idaho Mental Health Court Institute Conference, September, Exploring the Evidence: The Value of Juvenile Drug Courts. National Association of Drug Court Professionals Annual Conference, July, Incentives and Sanctions: Practical Solutions. National Association of Drug Court Professionals Annual Conference, July, The Critical Role of Teams: Best Practices. National Association of Drug Court Professionals Annual Conference, July, Best Practice in Juvenile Drug Courts. Departamento de Justicia de Puerto Rico. April, Best Practice in Juvenile Drug Courts. State of Colorado Annual Drug Court Conference. March, Best Practices in Juvenile Drug Courts. Douglas County District Court, Nebraska. February, Application of the Juvenile Drug Court 16 Strategies in Practice. West Virginia Judicial Conference. November, Managing and Sustaining Your Specialized Docket Program, and Understanding Your Specialized Docket Life Cycle. The Supreme Court of Ohio Specialized Dockets Section. October 19 & 20, Application of the Juvenile Drug Court 16 Strategies in Practice. Montana Statewide Drug Court Conference. September 24, Application of the Juvenile Drug Court 16 Strategies in Practice. State of Alabama Juvenile Drug Court Micro- Training. May 24, Application of the Juvenile Drug Court 16 Strategies in Practice. Louisiana Statewide Drug Court Enhancement Training. October 2, Managing and Sustaining Your Drug Court Program. Idaho Statewide Drug Court Conference. July 31, Enhancing Your Juvenile Drug Court. National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges Enhancement Training Series. Louisville, KY. February 3, Enhancing Your Juvenile Drug Court. National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges Enhancement Training Series. Dallas, TX. January 21, ACADEMIC EXPERIENCE
9 van Wormer Curriculum Vitae 9 Undergraduate Courses Taught: CJ 101: Introduction to Criminal Justice CJ 365: Juvenile Justice CJ 380: Criminal Courts CJ/WS 403: Violence Against Women CJ 385: Institutional Corrections CJ 428: Drug and Alcohol Use and Abuse CJ 330: Crime Control Policies CJ 450: Criminal Justice Ethics CJ 499: Internship Coordination Graduate Courses Taught: CJ 540: Program Evaluation PROFESSIONAL SERVICE Current Ongoing Committee Member, Bureau of Justice Assistance Global Strategic Solutions Working Group: Juvenile Assessment Task Team Committee Member, Washington State Juvenile Therapeutic Courts Workgroup Faculty: Council of State Governments Justice Center Advisor and Evaluator: City of Spokane Community Court. Lead Faculty: National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Juvenile Drug Court Learning national cross-site study Prior Service Advisor: Juvenile Drug Court Research to Practice Review: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. December, Technical Advisor and Contributing Author: Spokane Regional Criminal Justice Commission: Blueprint for Reform Creating an Efficient and Effective Criminal Justice System in the Spokane Region. December, Director, Department of Criminal Justice On-line MA program Committee Member Graduate Studies (Department) Member of WA State Governor s Task Force on Sentencing Alternatives, 1992 Prior and Ongoing Service Board Member, Washington State Association of Drug Court Professionals. November 2013 to current.
10 van Wormer Curriculum Vitae 10 Committee Member, Department Preliminary Exam Committee: Fall 2013 to current Committee Member, WSU Criminal Justice Advisory Board, 2012 to current Chair, Strategic Planning Committee (Department) to current Committee Member WSU Spokane Graduation Ceremony, January 2013 to current Advisor, National Juvenile Drug Court Training & Technical Assistance Project operated by the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, 2011 to current THESIS/DISSERTATION OVERSIGHT Masters Committees (Department) Chyla Aguiar, completed 2012 Sara Enyeart, completed 2012 Phillip Woodford, completed 2013 (Chair) Mia Abboud, completed 2013 Nick Phillips, completed 2013 Josiah Surface, completed 2013 Ashley Elliott, completed 2013 Tiffany Osborn, completed 2014 Liz Dehlbom, completed 2014 Juliette McKinstry, current Phillip Jackson, current Jean Marquez, current Diana Anuciski, current Doctoral Committees (Department) Key Heinrich, completed 2014 Jen Albright, (Chair) completed 2014 Christopher Campbell, current Ruibin Lu, current Lauren Block, current Alex Kigerl, current Ming-Li Hsieh, current Douglas Routh (Chair), current Chyla Aguiar, current Michael Campagna, current Amy Cole, current (Interdisciplinary) Phillip Woodford (Chair), current Mia Abboud (Chair), current Masonda Smith, current (Chair Interdisciplinary Program/Human Development) PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences American Society of Criminology
11 van Wormer Curriculum Vitae 11 COMMUNITY SERVICE Junior League of Spokane, January 2015 to current Cheney Baseball Association, October 2014 to current At-Risk Youth Mentor, College Success Program. October 2014 to current Prepared by 20: Community Solutions Campaign Team Member. United Way of Benton and Franklin. February 2011 to August Badger Mountain Elementary. PTO Co-President. June 2009 to August 2010 Badger Mountain Elementary. PTO Secretary. August 2008 to June 2008 Benton/Franklin Substance Abuse Advisory Board. June 2007 to August 2010 Blue Ribbon Panel, United Way of Benton and Franklin Counties. January 2007 to December 2011 Learning Improvement Team, Richland School District, January 2007 to August 2008 Circle of Hope Foundation, April 2005 to December 2012 Substitute Mineral County Justice Of The Peace, January 1999 to August 1999 Respite Foster Care Provider, Missoula Youth Homes Volunteer Grant Writer, Missoula Chapter of Habitat for Humanity AWARDS Awarded Outstanding Instructor by Alpha Phi Sigma and Criminal Justice Club, April Awarded Champion for Change by John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Awarded Outstanding PhD Student, Washington State University Department of Political Science/Criminal Justice, April 2008 Paul Beckett Fellowship/Scholarship Recipient, April Included appointment to serve as Thomas S. Foley Fellow. Awarded Outstanding Distinguished Alumni Award, Washington State University Department of Political Science/Criminal Justice, 2006 Graduated 1 st of Class, Juvenile Service Workers Academy, Washington State Basic Law Enforcement Academy, 2000 Awarded Outstanding Graduate Student of the Year, Political Science Department. Faculty, Washington State University, April 1992
12 van Wormer Curriculum Vitae 12 V.A. Leonard Scholarship Recipient, May 1992 CURRENT AND LONG-TERM RESEARCH INTERESTS Interagency Collaboration in the Criminal Justice Field Drug Courts Correctional Treatment Programs & Program Integrity Risk/Need/Responsivity tool development Disproportionate Minority Contact and Juvenile Justice Adolescent Gangs.
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