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Juvenile Justice Journal, Volume I, Number 2 (National Agenda for Children Issue)
(NCJ 145300) December 1993
OJJDP Juvenile Justice Journal, Journal, 40 page(s)
Smith, R. L., English, T. R., Allen, P.
Presents an interview with Attorney General Janet Reno in which she outlines the need for a national agenda for children. The interview, conducted by Acting OJJDP Administrator John J. Wilson, covers a wide range of juvenile justice issues, including disproportionate minority confinement and the link between child abuse and neglect and delinquency. This issue of Juvenile Justice also contains articles about the effectiveness of youth service programs ("In the Service of Youth: A Common Denominator" by Robert L. Smith), the importance of implementing top quality management (TQM) techniques in the juvenile justice system ("TQM and All That Jazz: Rejuvenating Juvenile Justice" by Thomas R. English), and the recent recipients of the Gould-Wysinger awards ("The Gould-Wysinger Awards: A Tradition of Excellence" by Pam Allen).
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