Whether employing teachers, cooks, recreation officers, substance abuse counselors or maintenance workers, DYS
is firmly committed at every level to the understanding that in its programs, "Everything is treatment; do no harm.
During the next decade, DYS
developed a distinctive new approach to juvenile corrections--relying on group process and personal development, rather than punishment and isolation, as the best medicine for delinquent teens.
More troubling is the fact that the DYS
regional director would not commit to excluding sex offenders from the property.
assay was able to achieve the same sensitivity, although [C.
5%) had less 10 ml (mild, mean DYS
Inter PAP Sys: 19[+ or -]16 msn), 15 patients (27%) had 10-20 ml (mild-moderate, mean DYS
Inter PAP Sys: 36[+ or -]23 msn), 18 patients (33%) had 20-40 ml (moderate-severe, mean DYS
Inter PAP Sys: 40[+ or -]29 msn), and 5 patients (9%) had 40 ml or more (severe, mean DYS
Inter PAP Sys: 70[+ or -]38 msn) functional MR.
, IS, and AC (Figure), and as observed previously , individuals classified into the AC subgroup were significantly younger and had been injured significantly longer than individuals classified as either DYS
or IS (p < 0.
He likes to remind DYS
staff members and the families that come before the court: `We are not going to punish our youth into success.
Another 2003 recidivism report compiled by the DYS
found that 70 percent of the youths released in 1999 were not recommitted to a correctional program within three years.
On the composite DYS
scale, the mean score for seventh graders (M = 5.
Miller had been appointed the first commissioner of DYS
by progressive Republican Governor Francis W.