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Information Sharing Certificate Program
3/17/2013 - 3/20/2013
Center for Juvenile Justice Reform, Georgetown Public Policy Institute, Georgetown University
Washington, DC
Event Contact:
Center for Juvenile Justice Reform
(202) 687-7657
Sponsoring Organization(s):
Center for Juvenile Justice Reform
Additional Information:
The Information Sharing Certificate Program is designed to enable leaders to overcome information sharing challenges, while respecting laws and other provisions that protect the privacy and other rights of youth and their families. The program provides a venue through which leaders can increase their knowledge about information sharing, develop action plans (Capstone Projects) for reform, and receive technical assistance to break through barriers they encounter when implementing the reforms. This program is designed as a complement to CJJR's other Certificate Programs that focus on the need for child welfare, juvenile justice and other child serving systems to work together to improve outcomes for youth known to the child welfare and juvenile justice systems--youth commonly referred to as "crossover youth."