The Census of Juveniles on Probation (CJP) 2009 was the first-ever attempt to collect comprehensive data about the largest segment of the juvenile justice population: youth on probation supervision.
Vaccine Algorithm Project
Children in juvenile justice facilities are far more likely than their peers in other settings to be missing certain state-mandated vaccines. The Lloyd Society and George Mason University developed a survey that allows juvenile detention facilities to identify which children are at greatest risk for being underimunized even when medical records are not available. This project was funded in part through a contract with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.