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1.

UI IDENTIFIER

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

2.

DATE SURVEY STARTED

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

3.

DATE SURVEY COMPLETED

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

4.

TIME ELAPSED FOR SURVEY COMPLETION IN HH:MM:SS

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

5.

YEARS IN JJ CATEGORY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

6.

YOUR CURRENT PROFESSIONAL POSITION

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

7.

YOUR CURRENT PROFESSIONAL POSITION (NUMERIC)

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

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YOUR CURRENT PROFESSIONAL POSITION(S) WITHIN JUVENILE JUSTICE: JUDGE, MAGISTRATE, OR OTHER JUDICIAL OFFICER

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

9.

YOUR CURRENT PROFESSIONAL POSITION(S) WITHIN JUVENILE JUSTICE: PROSECUTOR, STATE ATTORNEY, DISTRICT ATTORNEY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

10.

YOUR CURRENT PROFESSIONAL POSITION(S) WITHIN JUVENILE JUSTICE: DEFENSE ATTORNEY, PUBLIC DEFENDER

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

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YOUR CURRENT PROFESSIONAL POSITION(S) WITHIN JUVENILE JUSTICE: COURT ADMINISTRATOR, CHIEF PROBATION OFFICER

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

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YOUR CURRENT PROFESSIONAL POSITION(S) WITHIN JUVENILE JUSTICE: PROBATION OFFICER, COURT SERVICES WORKER

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

13.

YOUR CURRENT PROFESSIONAL POSITION(S) WITHIN JUVENILE JUSTICE: OTHER

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

14.

YEARS IN PREVIOUS POSITION CATEGORY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

15.

YOUR PREVIOUS PROFESSIONAL POSITION(S) WITHIN JUVENILE JUSTICE: NONE (CURRENT POSITION ONLY)

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

16.

YOUR PREVIOUS PROFESSIONAL POSITION(S) WITHIN JUVENILE JUSTICE: JUDGE, MAGISTRATE, OR OTHER JUDICIAL OFFICER

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

17.

YOUR PREVIOUS PROFESSIONAL POSITION(S) WITHIN JUVENILE JUSTICE: PROSECUTOR, STATE ATTORNEY, DISTRICT ATTORNEY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

18.

YOUR PREVIOUS PROFESSIONAL POSITION(S) WITHIN JUVENILE JUSTICE: DEFENSE ATTORNEY, PUBLIC DEFENDER

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

19.

YOUR PREVIOUS PROFESSIONAL POSITION(S) WITHIN JUVENILE JUSTICE: COURT ADMINISTRATOR, CHIEF PROBATION OFFICER

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

20.

YOUR PREVIOUS PROFESSIONAL POSITION(S) WITHIN JUVENILE JUSTICE: PROBATION OFFICER, COURT SERVICES WORKER

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

21.

YOUR PREVIOUS PROFESSIONAL POSITION(S) WITHIN JUVENILE JUSTICE: OTHER

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

22.

YOUR PREVIOUS PROFESSIONAL POSITION(S) WITHIN JUVENILE JUSTICE: ANY OTHERS SPECIFIED?

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

23.

STAFF DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING IS A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

24.

STAFF DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING SHOULD BE A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

25.

GENDER RESPONSIVE SERVICES FOR YOUNG OFFENDERS IS A TOP PRIORITY'

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

26.

GENDER RESPONSIVE SERVICES FOR YOUNG OFFENDERS SHOULD BE A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

27.

CULTURALLY RELEVANT SERVICES FOR YOUNG OFFENDERS IS A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

28.

CULTURALLY RELEVANT SERVICES FOR YOUNG OFFENDERS SHOULD BE A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

29.

DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE SERVICES FOR YOUNG OFFENDERS IS A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

30.

DEVELOPMENTALLY APPROPRIATE SERVICES FOR YOUNG OFFENDERS SHOULD BE A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

31.

RESOURCES FOR NON-ENGLISH-SPEAKING YOUTH AND FAMILIES IS A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

32.

RESOURCES FOR NON-ENGLISH-SPEAKING YOUTH AND FAMILIES SHOULD BE A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

33.

POLICYMAKER SUPPORT FOR REHABILITATION OF YOUNG OFFENDERS IS A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

34.

POLICYMAKER SUPPORT FOR REHABILITATION OF YOUNG OFFENDERS SHOULD BE A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

35.

PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR REHABILITATION OF YOUNG OFFENDERS IS A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

36.

PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR REHABILITATION OF YOUNG OFFENDERS SHOULD BE A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

37.

EFFECTIVE JUVENILE DEFENSE COUNSEL IS A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

38.

EFFECTIVE JUVENILE DEFENSE COUNSEL SHOULD BE A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

39.

EFFECTIVE PROSECUTION OF JUVENILE OFFENDERS IS A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

40.

EFFECTIVE PROSECUTION OF JUVENILE OFFENDERS SHOULD BE A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

41.

ALTERNATIVES TO SECURE DETENTION IS A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

42.

ALTERNATIVES TO SECURE DETENTION SHOULD BE A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

43.

DISPROPORTIONATE MINORITY CONTACT IS A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

44.

DISPROPORTIONATE MINORITY CONTACT SHOULD BE A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

45.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IS A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

46.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY SHOULD BE A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

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SYSTEM CAPACITY TO MEASURE PERFORMANCE AND/OR EVALUATE PROGRAMS AND SERVICES IS A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

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SYSTEM CAPACITY TO MEASURE PERFORMANCE AND/OR EVALUATE PROGRAMS AND SERVICES SHOULD BE A TOP PRIORITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

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JUVENILE CURFEW LAWS PROMOTE...LESS CRIME IN THE COMMUNITY

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

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JUVENILE CURFEW LAWS PROMOTE...LESS RECIDIVISM BY YOUNG OFFENDERS

Taken from: National Survey of Juvenile Justice Professionals, 2005-2007 [United States].

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