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Washington State Institute for Public Policy
August 2004
The 1994 Washington State Legislature created the juvenile offender basic training camp located in Connell, Franklin County. The Department of Social and Health Services’ Juvenile Rehabilitation Administration designed and implemented the Basic Training Camp (BTC) and contracted with the Washington State Institute for Public Policy to determine whether the basic training camp program reduces recidivism and is cost beneficial to taxpayers and crime victims. This evaluation compares youth who were eligible for the BTC but were admitted to JRA in 1997, two years prior to the start of the camp, with youth admitted to the BTC between 1998 and 2002.
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