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Webinar To Explore Reforming Responses to Status Offenses

June 10, 2014

Status  Offense Reform CenterOn June 30, 2014, at 2 p.m. ET, the Status Offense Reform Center at the Vera Institute of Justice will present “Knowing Where You Are To Plan Where You’re Going—A Systems Approach to Status Offense Reform.” This 1-hour Webinar will focus on module 2 of the Status Offense Reform Center’s “Toolkit for Status Offense System Reform.” Presenters will discuss how juvenile justice stakeholders can assess their response systems to youth status offenses—such as truancy or running away—to design a reform approach outside the juvenile justice system.

The Status Offense Reform Center is supported by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation as part of its Models for Change Resource Center Partnership.


Registration information is available online.

View and download Module 2 of the toolkit.