Project Booyah Evaluation
Bartlett, David J.
Griffith University Author(s)
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Data from an electronic survey of young people who participated in the first four cohorts of Project Booyah and criminal history data for participantsData from an electronic survey of young people who participated in the first four cohorts of Project Booyah and criminal history data for participants
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This project has been commissioned by the Queensland Police Service and Nerang Police Citizens Youth Club (PCYC), the operators and sponsors of Project Booyah, an multi-phase intervention program targeting criminogenic behaviours and attitudes of at risk young people in the Gold Coast area. The primary purpose of the evaluation is to establish the efficacy of Project Booyah in achieving its goals.
940403 - Criminal Justice