ABSTRACT This study analyzed recidivism rates for 50 youth who had been placed at a state juvenile correctional facility for committing a sexual assault against a child. Rates of recidivism for these 50 youth were assessed two years after completion of the program. Forty-six percent (N = 23) of this sample had committed criminal behaviors of which 8% (N = 4) had been sexual offenses. Analysis of this subset (N = 4) revealed a similar pattern of sexual offenses against children. The results indicated that a majority of subjects were not found to be involved with the criminal justice system two years after release, and just over 75% were not involved in another crime against a person.