Changing the Status Quo for Status Offenders: New York State’s Efforts to Help Troubled Teens. Michael Lens, Vera Institute of Justice Annie Salsich, Vera Institute of Justice Mary Winter, Onondaga County Probation June 10, 2007. NYS Status Offenders Defined.
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Changing the Status Quo for Status Offenders: New York State’s Efforts to Help Troubled Teens
Michael Lens, Vera Institute of Justice
Annie Salsich, Vera Institute of Justice
Mary Winter, Onondaga County Probation
June 10, 2007
Persons in Need of Supervision (PINS):
Changing the PINS System in New York:
A Study of the Implications of Raising the Age Limit for Persons in Need of Supervision
By Jesse Souweine and Ajay Khashu
Vera Institute of Justice
Two Central Trends:
Juvenile Release Under Supervision:
New York City Reforms and Vera Research
According to the 2000 Census, New York City’s population under 18 was 31% White, 29% Black, and 28% Hispanic.
Onondaga County Reforms
Probation Rehabilitation Intensive Services Management (PRISM)