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School Programs and Delinquency

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Cox, S.M., Bynum, T.S., & Davidson, W.S. (2004). Understanding the relationship between carrying weapons to school and fighting. In. R. Holmes and S. Holmes (Eds.), Violence: A Contemporary Reader, pp. 133-146.  Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.


Cox, S.M. (1999). An assessment of the effects of an alternative education program for at risk delinquent youth. Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, 36, 323-336.


Cox, S.M., Bynum, T.S., & Davidson, W.S. (1998). An exploration of the relationship between weapons in school and victimization. In L. Moriarty and B. Jerin (Eds.), Current Issues in Victimology Research, pp. 59-72. Richmond, VA: Carolina Academic Press.


Cox, S.M., Davidson, W.S., & Bynum, T.S. (1995). A meta‑analytic assessment of delinquency‑related outcomes of alternative education programs. Crime and Delinquency, 41, 219-234.


Cox, S.M. (2006). Evaluation of the Hartford Public Schools’ pilot reintegration education program (PREP).  Hartford, CT: Connecticut Office of Policy and Management.



Juvenile Offenders and Juvenile Justice

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Pease, S.E., Cox, S.M., Ludwig, M.A., &Tafrate, R. (2004). Evaluation of the young offender model, final report.  Hartford, CT:  Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services.


Simmons, R., Ungemack, J., Sussman, J., Anderson, R., Adorno, S, Aguayo, J., Black, K., Hodge, S., & Tirnady, R.  (2008).   Bringing adolescents into substance abuse treatment through community-based outreach and engagement:  The Hartford Youth Project.  Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 40, 41-54. 


Youth Service System Development

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Tebes, J.K., Bowler, S.M., Shah, S., Connell, C.M., Ross, E., Simmons, R., Tate, D., Chinman, M.J., & Kaufman, J.S. (2005).  Service access and service system development in a children’s behavioral health system of care.  Evaluation and Program Planning, 28, 151-160. 

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