Based on data from the 1999 Census of Juveniles in Residential Placement (CJRP) conducted by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, it was estimated that nearly 100,000 juvenile offenders were released from custody facilities following conviction.
What does CJRP stand for?
CJRP stands for Census of Juveniles in Residential Placement
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- Civil Justice Resource Group (New York, NY)
- Criminal Justice Review Group (UK)
- Criminal Justice Records Improvement (various states)
- Criminal Justice Records Information
- Criminal Justice Review Implementation Plan(UK)
- Copiah-Jefferson Regional Library (Hazlehurst, MS)
- Central Jersey Regional Library Cooperative
- Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine
- Charles J. Rike Memorial Library (Farmersville, TX)
- Congress of Jewish Religious Organizations and Associations in Russia
- County Jail Reimbursement Program (Michigan Department of Corrections)
- Canadian Joint Replacement Registry
- Canadian Journal of Regional Science
- Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing
- Center for Joint Replacement Surgery (Philippines)
- Consolidated Judicial Retirement System (North Carolina)
- Canadian Journal of Respiratory Therapy
- Canadian Jobs Strategy
- Canadian Joint Staff
- Canadian Journal of Sociology
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Beginning in 1997 and repeated every two years since, OJJDP conducted the Census of Juveniles in Residential Placement (CJRP), which asks the same facilities noted above to complete a short form for each youth held in the facility on the census date, reporting the age, sex, race and Hispanic ethnicity of each youth in custody on that date.