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NCJ Number: NCJ 161410     Find in a Library
Title: Juvenile Justice Journal, Volume III, Number 1 (Community-Based Juvenile Justice Issue)
Journal: Juvenile Justice  Volume:3  Issue:1  Dated:(December 1996)  Pages:complete issue
Series: OJJDP Juvenile Justice Journal
Corporate Author: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention
US Dept of Justice
United States of America
Editor(s): E E Appleby Jr
Date Published: 1996
Page Count: 39
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Document: Text PDF 
Type: Report (Technical Assistance)
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: These articles examine the restorative model of juvenile justice, the community-based aftercare initiative of the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), the use of satellite teleconferencing for training juvenile justice and child welfare personnel, and other issues related to juvenile justice.
Abstract: The paper on the restorative model describes it as a promising new approach that focuses on meaningful community involvement as an alternative to the paradigm of treatment versus punishment. Its three goals are accountability through offender responsibility and amends to victims; offender competency through increased skills in areas needed to function as productive adults; and public safety through both locked facilities and the strengthening of a community's capacity to prevent and control crime. Another paper describes the Intensive Community-Based Aftercare Programs Initiative, which aims to test the effectiveness of a carefully designed, highly intensified, and multidimensional model for reducing recidivism among chronic and serious juvenile offenders who are being reintegrated into their communities from secure confinement. Another article describes how OJJDP uses satellite telecommunications to disseminate training and information and information effectively and efficiently to diverse juvenile justice constituencies. Other articles focus on the reduction of overrepresentation of minority youth in confinement, a free conflict resolution curriculum, and additional OJJDP materials and resources. Figures, reference lists, and order forms
Main Term(s): Juvenile correctional reform
Index Term(s): Staff development training ; Juvenile correctional programs ; Juvenile justice policies
   
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