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Contributors xi 1. Juvenile Delinquency: Past and Present 3 Richard E. Redding, Naomi E. Sevin Goldstein, and Kirk Heilbrun 2. Risk Factors, Protective Factors, and the Prevention of Antisocial Behavior Among Juveniles 19 David DeMatteo anrd Geoffrey Marczyk 3. School Violence: Fears Versus Facts 45 Dewey G. Corell 4. Juvenile Offending 67 Barry Krisberg and Angela M. Wolf 5. Mental Health Disorders: The Neglected Risk Factor in Juvenile Delinquency 85 Naomi E. Sevin Goldstein, Oluseyi Olubadewo, Richard E. Redding, and Frances J. Lexcen 6. Risk Factors and Intervention Outcomes: Meta-Analyses of Juvenile Offending 1i Kirk Heilbrun, Ria Lee, and Cindy C. Cottle 7. Mental Health and Rehabilitative Services in Juvenile Justice: System Reforms and Innovative Approaches 134 David C. Tate and Richard E. Redding 8. Juvenile Diversion 161 Deborah A. Chapin and Patricia A. Griffin 9. Juveniles' Competence to Confess and Competence to Participate in the Juvenile Justice Process 179 Randy K. Otto and Alan M. Goldstein lo. Risk Assessment in Juvenile Justice Policy and Practice 209 Edward P. Mulvey 11. Adjudicatory and Dispositional Decision Making in Juvenile Justice 232 Richard E. Redding and Barbara Mrozski 12. Community-Based Treatments 257 Ashli 1. Sheidow and Scott W. Henggeler 13. Mental Health Treatment for Juvenile Offenders in Residential Psychiatric and Juvenile Justice Settings 282 Richard E. Redding, Frances I. Lexcen, and Eileen P. Ryan 4. Training Mental Health and Juvenile Justice Professionals in Juvenile Forensic Assessment 310 Lourdes M. Rosado 15. Emerging Directions: Implications for Research, Policy, and Practice 323 Kirk Heilbrun, Naomi E. Sevin Goldstein, and Richard E. Redding Index 331Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Juvenile delinquency United States, Juvenile delinquency United States Prevention, Juvenile corrections United States