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State Ombudsman Programs
(NCJ 204607) February 2005
OJJDP Juvenile Justice Practices Series, Bulletin, 21 page(s)
Jones, J., Cohn, A. W.
Describes the role of an ombudsman and different types of ombudsman programs in several states. It examines how Tennessee, Connecticut, and Georgia have designed ombudsman programs specifically to serve the needs of children and youth. The Bulletin also provides information on organizational and other resources that may assist individuals and agencies interested in establishing a state ombudsman office for children, youth, and families. Available online only.
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