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06/22/21-4State “We believe this is the first study to examine tethers’ effectiveness among girls,” CJRA Study.

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06/22/21-The Crime Report “In-home detention with tethers is touted as more cost-effective than institutional incarceration and this type of approach may appear better than detention centers,” CJRA Study.

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06/21/21-7th Space “We believe this is the first study to examine tethers’ effectiveness among girls,” CJRA Study.

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06/21/21-Phys.org “We believe this is the first study to examine tethers’ effectiveness among girls,” CJRA Study.

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06/21/21-Press News “We believe this is the first study to examine tethers’ effectiveness among girls,” CJRA Study.

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06/21/21-Florida News Times “We believe this is the first study to examine tethers’ effectiveness among girls,” CJRA Study.

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06/21/21-Scienmag “We believe this is the first study to examine tethers’ effectiveness among girls,” CJRA Study.

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06/06/21-Milwaukee Journal Sentinel “We got more guns now in circulation than we had before. Now you have a lot of first-time buyers and you have a lot of stress and a lot of anxiety and all of this stuff is just literally being put together in a pressure cooker,” Alex Piquero, CJRA Expert

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06/04/21-TIME “Economic stress is always an important factor in violence, and the pandemic produced tremendous stress,” Gary Kleck, CJRA Expert.

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In recent years, many juvenile courts have adopted in-home detention with electronic monitoring tethers as an alternative to institutional incarceration. A new study examined whether this approach reduces recidivism among girls involved in the juvenile justice system. The study found that tethers failed to reduce reoffending among the girls; in fact, they may be harmful […]

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