A new approach to delinquency

September 1997
Policy Review;Sep/Oct97, Issue 85, p56
Academic Journal
Provides information on the Philadelphia's Youth Aid Panel, a community-based program trying to salvage young delinquents by proving that crime does have consequences. Programs form of punishment; Responsibility of community-based volunteers.


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