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Message ID: 8505
Date: 2010-07-05

Author:Larry Breitenstein

Subject:Re: Crossover Youth

Dear Colleague, You might want to contact Dr. John Lemmon at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania. John is a close friend of mine and I know has done some research on this topic. His number is 717-477-1599. I know he's teaching a few classes this summer so you should be able to catch him. John's dissertation looked at maltreatment and delinquency. Hope this helps. Good luck. Dr. Larry Breitenstein Clarion University of Pennsylvania ----- Original Message ----- From: Angelica Mota To: Child-Maltreatment-Research-L@cornell.edu Sent: Sunday, July 04, 2010 11:46 PM Subject: Crossover Youth Hello Everyone, I'm hoping someone out there might be able to help me find research on crossover youth (a.k.a. dually involved youth or dual jurisdiction youth). I already have some great resources about child maltreatment leading to juvenile delinquency. However, my dissertation research will be looking at discrepancies in sentencing outcomes of crossover youth versus youth only involved in juvenile delinquency courts. Any information one might be able to provide would be very much appreciated! Thanks so much! -Angelica Arreola

Dear Colleague, You might want to contact Dr. John Lemmon at Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania. John is a close friend of mine and I know has done some research on this topic. His number is 717-477-1599. I know he's teaching a few classes this summer so you should be able to catch him. John's dissertation looked at maltreatment and delinquency. Hope this helps. Good luck. Dr. Larry Breitenstein Clarion University of Pennsylvania ----- Original Message ----- From: Angelica Mota To: Child-Maltreatment-Research-Lcornell.edu Sent: Sunday, July 04, 2010 11:46 PM Subject: Crossover Youth Hello Everyone, I'm hoping someone out there might be able to help me find research on crossover youth (a.k.a. dually involved youth or dual jurisdiction youth). I already have some great resources about child maltreatment leading to juvenile delinquency. However, my dissertation research will be looking at discrepancies in sentencing outcomes of crossover youth versus youth only involved in juvenile delinquency courts. Any information one might be able to provide would be very much appreciated! Thanks so much! -Angelica Arreola