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Best Practices in Juvenile Accountability: Overview
April 2003. This bulletin traces the history of OJJDP's Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grants (JAIBG) program, reviews the developmental perspective that shapes juvenile accountability, and presents case histories that illustrate effective practices that promote accountability. 12 pages. NCJ 184745.
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Best Practices in Juvenile Corrections and Detention
2001. This report discusses major issues confronting juvenile corrections and detention personnel, current practices associated with those issues, and "Best Practices" for the 21st century. 65 pages. NCJ 187856.
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Construction, Operations, and Staff Training for Juvenile Confinement Facilities
January 2000. This bulletin provides information about how the Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grants (JAIBG) program assists in the building or expansion of juvenile detention facilities, focusing on construction decisions, master planning, facility development, and training. 28 pages. NCJ 178928.
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Corrections Model
April 1991. This model for a correctional facility's gang suppression and intervention program describes basic strategies and their components, analyzes selected issues in the social control of youth gangs, and discusses differences in the application of these strategies and ways to handle gang-related issues in correctional contexts with chronic and emerging gang problems. 17 pages. NCJ 147633.
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Corrections: Technical Assistance Manual
1992. This manual is designed to enhance the ability of correctional staff to control youth gang problems within the institution, develop correctional services that promote positive behavior change by gang youths, and strengthen the linkages between the institution and community agencies that contribute to the achievement of institutional mission responsibilities. 71 pages. NCJ 142966.
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Curriculum for Training Educators of Youth in Confinement
March 2000. This fact sheet summarizes the nine modules of the National Training Curriculum for Educators of Youth in Confinement Facilities (Educator's Curriculum). 2 pages. NCJ 181355.
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Emergency Planning for Juvenile Justice Residential Facilities
October 2011. This document is a guide for juvenile justice residential facilities in preparing for, responding to, and recovering from emergencies. 50 pages. NCJ 234936.
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Guidelines for the Screening of Persons Working With Children, the Elderly, and Individuals With Disabilities in Need of Support
April 1998. These guidelines present a logical decision model for the screening of individuals and organizations who hire employees or recruit volunteers to work with and provide care to children, the elderly, and the disabled. 61 pages. NCJ 167248.
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Improving Literacy Skills of Juvenile Detainees
October 1994. This report describes programs designed to teach illiterate youth to read and write, using a nontraditional, motivational approach that provides students with immediate positive feedback and then encourages them to strive for success. 6 pages. NCJ 150707.
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Jurisdictional Technical Assistance Package for Juvenile Corrections
December 2000. This manual provides jurisdictions with guidance in assessing local needs for juvenile corrections technical assistance and committing available resources to address those needs. 273 pages. NCJ 179194.
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Juvenile Detention Training Needs Assessment
April 1996. This report discusses ways to enchance the job-related knowledge, skills and abilities of juvenile detention personnel. 75 pages. NCJ 156833.
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Juvenile Intensive Supervision: Planning Guide
Summary, October 1994. Offers practitioners the tools they need to implement community-based intensive supervision programs as alternatives to long-term institutional confinement for designated juvenile offenders. 95 pages. NCJ 150065.
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Juvenile Justice Program Evaluation: An Overview
2001. This briefing was prepared to provide juvenile justice program managers with a seven-step program evaluation process that they can implement. 16 pages. NCJ 196055.
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Juvenile Probation: The Workhorse of the Juvenile Justice System
March 1996. Juvenile probation is discussed with respect to the work of juvenile probation officers and probation departments, the characteristics of youth on probation, and challenges to probation. 6 pages. NCJ 158534.
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Reducing Disproportionate Minority Contact: Preparation at the Local Level
September 2009. Describes strategies that States and communities can use to reduce disproportionate minority contact with the juvenile justice system. 12 pages. NCJ 218861.
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Serious Habitual Offender Comprehensive Action Program
August 1996. This fact sheet provides information about the Serious Habitual Offender Comprehensive Action Program (SHOCAP), which seeks to improve public safety by involving law enforcement, court, and corrections personnel, as well as educators and social service providers in a cooperative process to share information and manage juvenile justice cases. 2 pages. NCJ 247955.
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Standards Relating to Architecture of Facilities
1980. These standards, part of a series of volumes of standards relating to juvenile justice administration, provide a comprehensive set of evaluative criteria for the development and realization of architectural programs for juvenile detention and corrections facilities. 103 pages. NCJ 83567.
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Standards Relating to Corrections Administration
1980. These juvenile justice standards for corrections administration focus on jurisdiction of the department responsible for the administration of juvenile corrections, organization and personnel, required program features, modification of dispositions, nonresidential and residential programs, the disciplinary system, and accountability. 223 pages. NCJ 83566.
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Standards Relating to Planning for Juvenile Justice
1980. These standards for juvenile justice planning, part of a series of volumes of standards for various aspects of juvenile justice administration, focus on general planning principles for juvenile justice agencies, organization of the planning network, functions of the juvenile justice planner, and roles for external participants in the planning process. 129 pages. NCJ 83572.
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Standards Relating to Youth Service Agencies
1980. These juvenile justice standards for youth service agencies (YSA's) cover the establishment of YSA's, objectives, decision structure, access to YSA's, the service system, monitoring and assessment, and organization and administration. 144 pages. NCJ 83574.
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Training of Staff in Juvenile Detention and Correctional Facilities
December 1996. This fact sheet assesses the need for enhanced training for juvenile juvenile justice practioners, pariculary for juvenile caseworkers. 2 pages. NCJ 247999.
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Workload Measurement for Juvenile Justice System Personnel: Practices and Needs
December 1999. This bulletin, one in a series featuring Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grants Program (JAIBG) best practices, describes workload measurements for judges, court-appointed defenders, probation officers, and pretrial service staff. 8 pages. NCJ 178895.
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