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Parents Behind Bars: Children of Incarcerated Family Members: Answers to Children’s Difficult Questions

While this publication is a toolkit for caregivers and educators in Idaho, the information it presents is applicable to any state. Contents explain: the Idaho Criminal Justice Commission Children of Incarcerated Guiding Principles; the National Bill of Rights for Children of the Incarcerated; how to use this toolkit; feelings and emotions; 10 Tips for Caregivers and Educators … from Caregivers; most common questions a child might ask at every stage in the criminal justice process; 10 Questions a Child Might Ask When a Family Member Is Arrested; 10 Questions a Child Might Ask When a Family Member Goes to Court; 10 Questions a Child Might Ask When a Family Member Is Convicted; 10 Questions a Child Might Ask When a Family Member is Sentenced; 10 Questions a Child Might Ask When a Family Member Goes to Prison; and 10 Questions a Child Might Ask When a Family Member Is on Probation or Parole.

Accession Number
028031
Publication Year
2012
Length
42 pages
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