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YLS/CMI 2.0

Youth Level of Service/Case Management Inventory 2.0

R.D. Hoge, Ph.D. , D.A. Andrews, Ph.D.

Combines risk assessment and case management in one convenient evidence-based system
YLS/CMI 2.0 - Youth Level of Service/Case Management Inventory 2.0 Manual

Overview

The Youth Level of Service/Case Management Inventory 2.0 (YLS/CMI 2.0) is a gender-informed, culturally-informed, strengths-focused risk/needs tool that reliably and accurately classifies and predicts re-offending within male and female juvenile populations.
 
The YLS/CMI 2.0 includes new features to address the needs of a growing adolescent offender population:

  • Expanded age range—12 to 18 years
  • S. norms by gender and setting
  • Large U.S. sample of 12,798 juveniles
  • Significant minority representation in normative sample
  • Updated current literature review
  • Improved definitions for non-criminogenic factors
  • Guidelines that instruct users to consider gender-specific factors, as well as the importance of minor risk/need factors and non-criminogenic needs
  • Assessment items that address gender-informed responsivity factors, such as pregnancy/motherhood issues and physical/sexual victimization issues
  • Assessment items that address culturally-informed responsivity factors

 

In addition, the YLS/CMI 2.0 provides an opportunity for users to evaluate positive offender attributes so that offender strengths may be highlighted and built upon in service delivery.

 

The Youth Level of Service/Case Management Inventory 2.0 (YLS/CMI 2.0) is a gender-informed, culturally-informed, strengths-focused risk/needs tool that reliably and accurately classifies and predicts re-offending within male and female juvenile populations.
 
The YLS/CMI 2.0 includes new features to address the needs of a growing adolescent offender population:

  • Expanded age range—12 to 18 years
  • S. norms by gender and setting
  • Large U.S. sample of 12,798 juveniles
  • Significant minority representation in normative sample
  • Updated current literature review
  • Improved definitions for non-criminogenic factors
  • Guidelines that instruct users to consider gender-specific factors, as well as the importance of minor risk/need factors and non-criminogenic needs
  • Assessment items that address gender-informed responsivity factors, such as pregnancy/motherhood issues and physical/sexual victimization issues
  • Assessment items that address culturally-informed responsivity factors

 

In addition, the YLS/CMI 2.0 provides an opportunity for users to evaluate positive offender attributes so that offender strengths may be highlighted and built upon in service delivery.

 

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