Sticker Shock: Calculating the Full Price Tag for Youth Incarceration

Source: Amanda Petteruti, Marc Schindler, and Jason Ziedenberg, Justice Policy Institute, December 2014

From the summary:
Thirty-three U.S. states and jurisdictions spend $100,000 or more annually to incarcerate a young person, and continue to generate outcomes that result in even greater costs. Our new report, Sticker Shock: Calculating the Full Price Tag for Youth Incarceration, provides estimates of the overall costs resulting from the negative outcomes associated with incarceration. The report finds that these long-term consequences of incarcerating young people could cost taxpayers $8 billion to $21 billion each year.
Related:
Executive Summary
Appendix
Press Release
FACTSHEET: The tip of the iceberg: What taxpayers pay to incarcerate youth (Citations)
FACTSHEET: U.S. Youth Incarceration in an International Perspective