Welcome to The Lloyd Society. We are an independent, non-profit, research center dedicated to improving the lives of people involved in justice systems, such as jails, prisons, detention centers, foster care, group homes, halfway and intermediate housing facilities, treatment facilities, and supervised placement in private homes.
Over 30 million people – adolescents and adults – enter justice systems worldwide each year. These people are disproportionately of racial and ethnic minorities, from lower socio-economic classes, and on the whole, are under-resourced, under-educated, and suffer from multiple social, physical and mental health problems.
Our goal is to improve these lives.
Looking for the Census of Juveniles on Probation Web Site?
Click here to access the 2009 CJP portal.
Summary Probation Count 2011/
The Juvenile Probation & Incarceration Costs Study
This update of total counts for the 2009 Census of Juveniles on Probation on Wednesday, December 14, 2011 is being conducted in partnership with George Mason University, The Pew Center on the States and The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. Click here to access the project page.