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Disposition Recommendation Matrix


Disposition Matrix

Key Points of the Disposition Matrix include:

  • Low-risk offenders remain in the community with minimal supervision;
  • Moderate-risk offenders typically placed in more structured community programs, with intensive probation supervision for higher risk youth;
  • Residential placement reserved for the highest risk offenders after community-based alternatives have been exhausted.
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The Disposition Matrix is to be implemented according to specific guidelines regarding Structured Decision-Making and the Disposition Matrix.

 

JJSIP Disposition Matrix Frequently Asked Questions

The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Disposition Matrix: A Validation Study
(February, 2014)

Evaluation of The Florida Department of Juvenile Justice Disposition Recommendation Matrix (August, 2017)

 


 

Click the button below to view data related to how closely actual dispositions match the guidelines of the Matrix.

 

 

View Disposition Matrix Data