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Office of Justice Programs, MacArthur Foundation Renew Partnership With $2 Million Commitment to Advance Juvenile Justice Reform
9/23/2014, Office of Justice Programs
By Press Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Office of Justice Programs WASHINGTON– In a renewed private-public partnership, the Office of Justice Programs’ Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency…
Center for Children’s Law and Policy Launches Expands Project to Eliminate Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Juvenile Justice
9/23/2014, CCLP
By Tiana Davis
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Washington, DC – The Center for Children’s Law and Policy (CCLP) begins a nationwide search for two local jurisdictions to engage in a newly expanded effort to…
New Opportunity for Jurisdictions Seeking to Improve Outcomes for Dual Status Youth
9/23/2014, Robert F. Kennedy National Resource Center for Juvenile Justice
By Sorrel Dilanian
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Robert F. Kennedy National Resource Center for Juvenile Justice, led by Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps, is pleased to announce a new Dual Status Youth…
Mental Health Training Initiative for State and Local Juvenile Detention and Correctional Systems
9/23/2014, Collaborative for Change/National Center for Mental Health and Juvenile Justice
By Ashley Degnan
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE A new effort to create sustainable mental health training capacity within state and local juvenile justice systems will offer up to six sites an opportunity to be trained in…
Risk Assessment and Behavioral health Screening (RABS) Project
9/23/2014, The National Youth Screening & Assessment Project
By Dr. Gina Vincent
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Two probation offices in each of two states will be selected to receive funding for a coordinator, get free training and technical assistance, and provided financial…

Press releases

Office of Justice Programs, MacArthur Foundation Renew Partnership With $2 Million Commitment to Advance Juvenile Justice Reform
9/23/2014, Office of Justice Programs
By Press Release
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Office of Justice Programs WASHINGTON– In a renewed private-public partnership, the Office of Justice Programs’ Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency…

Op-eds and essays

What’s the Value of Federal Juvenile Justice Act? Imagine the Last 40 Years Without It
9/9/2014, The Chronicle of Social Change
By Liz Ryan and Jill Ward
So what if there was no JJDPA? Remember the movie, “It’s a Wonderful Life” where the soon-to-be angel Clarence turns back the clock and George Bailey hasn’t been born? He…
OP-ED: Why the JJDPA Still Matters
9/5/2014, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange
By Marie N. Williams, JD
When first enacted in 1974, the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act (JJDPA) revolutionized juvenile justice practice across the United States. While not commonly discussed as such, the…
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