Preventing the onset of youth offending: The impact of the Pathways to Prevention Project on the behaviour and wellbeing of children and young people

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Homel, Ross
Freiberg, Kate
Branch, Sara
Le, Huong
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2015
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This report presents some new findings from the Pathways to Prevention Project, utilising detailed data from a sample of 123 matched pairs of Grade 7 or 8 children, half of whom participated (via their families) in Pathways support activities, and half of whom did not. The focus is whether the holistic form of family support delivered in the Pathways Project, which is similar in many respects to services regularly delivered in communities across Australia, can improve the wellbeing and behaviour of children in the primary schools years (ages 5 to 12), and at the transition to high school, reducing the likelihood of involvement in youth offending.

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© 2015 Criminology Research Advisory Council. The attached file is reproduced here in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher. Please refer to the publisher’s website for further information.

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Causes and Prevention of Crime

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