OJJDP Releases Fall 2012 Issue of Journal of Juvenile Justice
November 26, 2012
The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) has released the fall issue of the online Journal of Juvenile Justice, a semi-annual, peer-reviewed journal that addresses a variety of issues in juvenile justice.
This issue highlights several programs that use new and coordinated responses for system-involved youth, including home-based interventions in Utah, family-centered treatment in Maryland, and a peer support program for families in the state of Washington. This issue also includes articles addressing the impact of race on pre-adjudication detention and the characteristics of incarcerated youth with a history of homelessness.
Manuscripts are being accepted for the fall 2013 issue. Visit the Journal of Juvenile Justice manuscript submission site for details.
Access past issues of the Journal of Juvenile Justice.