The JPRC and the National Institute for Criminal Justice Reform (NICJR) have been funded by the California Bureau of State and Community Corrections (BSCC) to conduct the project, Identifying Effective Interventions and Replicable Strategies for Reducing Racial and Ethnic Disparities. The JPRC team and NICJR will use a mixed-methods approach utilizing quantitative and qualitative data to address questions related to identifying what works to reduce racial and ethnic disparities. The research approach will result in four deliverables: (1) the identification of juvenile racial and ethnic disparity metrics; (2) the development of a data dashboard displaying these metrics at the county and state levels; (3) rich qualitative findings from an in-depth review of a sample of counties to identify county policies, practices, and interventions that contribute and/or mitigate such disparities; and (4) a framework to help guide the BSCC and the Racial and Ethnic Disparities Subcommittee.