Youth Level of Service/Case Management Inventory 2.0 (YLS/CMI 2.0)

The YLS/CMI 2.0 is a standardized instrument designed to help professionals assess risk and treatment needs in juvenile offenders. The instrument is primarily used to assist in developing intervention and treatment plans in probation and custody settings, but it is also useful in making decisions regarding pretrial diversion and levels of security and supervision in institutional and community settings. The measure has also proved useful in case planning and management with high-risk students in school settings. The instrument is appropriate for use by probation officers, youth workers, court workers, psychologists, and other professionals working in juvenile justice and other social service, mental health, and educational settings. This entry presents the history, format, and scoring of the YLC/CMI 2.0, as well as examines its validity and ...

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