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Law Enforcement's Leadership Role in the Advancement of Promising Practices in Juvenile Justice: Executive Officer Survey Findings

Published Dec 8, 2013, International Association of Chiefs of Police

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IACP conducted a national survey of more than 900 law enforcement executives to assess the current state of attitudes, knowledge and practices regarding how law enforcement agencies deal with juvenile offenders and at-risk youth and collaborate with juvenile justice system partners.  IACP released the Executive Officer Survey Findings Report in September 2013 to serve as a resource for law enforcement and other juvenile justice system stakeholders and to inform the development of recommendations at a national policy summit and the curriculum of a law enforcement leadership institute.

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