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Juvenile Justice Update
Editors: Adrienne Volenik, Esq. and Julie Ellen McConnell, Esq.
Washington Editor: Marion Mattingly

Helping courts, law enforcement and corrections officials, prosecutors and defenders, aftercare and social service professionals deal with the critical problems of juvenile crime.

Juvenile Justice Update covers innovative programs, new research, and key court decisions and legislative changes you must know about to be effective.

  • Successful programs and strategies in juvenile law enforcement, prosecution, aftercare and corrections
  • Residential alternatives and staff training
  • New legislation and court decisions affecting juvenile justice, probation, child welfare, education and treatment
  • Practical intervention and mediation strategies

"Juvenile Justice Update is one of the most insightful and comprehensive reviews available of current issues affecting juvenile justice in America. Anyone who deals with the problems associated with juvenile crime can ill afford to do without it."
—James C. Backstrom, Dakota County Attorney, Minnesota, and Co-Chairman, NDAA Juvenile Justice Advisory Committee

"Among the many newsletters, research bulletins, and program briefs that find their way onto my desk, I view Juvenile Justice Update to be the most current, substantive, and topically appropriate.  I make a point to read each issue cover-to-cover and never fail to find that I've learned something new and relevant to my professional activities."
—Professor Troy L. Armstrong, California State University at Sacramento

"I find it invaluable, not only in my work with the National Juvenile Justice Project of the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial, but also as executive director of the Council of Juvenile Correctional Administrators.  Your insightful analysis of new legislation is one of the best ways I know to stay abreast of the rapid fire changes in juvenile justice both in the executive and legislative branches of government."
—Ned Loughran

Related Publications:
Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for At-Risk Youth

Report on Emotional & Behavioral Disorders in Youth
Juvenile Justice: Policies Programs Practices
Effective Program Practices for At-Risk Youth

 

 

 

Juvenile Justice Update
Format: Report Letter
Frequency: 4x annually
ISSN: 1080-0360
Price: US $179.95
Product Code: JJU

 

 


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