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According to Buggy, two models of probation currently compete for the hearts and minds of probation administrators and practitioners with respect to juvenile justice in the United States: the Balanced and Restorative Justice (BARJ) model, which is older; and the more recent Broken Windows, or Community Justice, Model. Buggy sketches the history and key ideas of each approach to identify their commonalities and their differences.
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