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Coalition for Juvenile Justice (CJJ) (Washington, DC)

LGBT Youth in Juvenile Justice: Creating Agency Policies for an Equitable System Webinar

This webinar discusses the need for agency policies to support LGBT young people in the juvenile justice system. Example policies are included.

Using Title IV-E for Juvenile Justice: The Multnomah County Experience [Webinar]

This webinar explains how funds from Title IV of the Social Security Act, Part E can be used for programming in your agency.

Girls, Status Offenses and the Need for a Less Punitive and More Empowering Approach

This brief addresses the complex needs of girls who engage in status offense behaviors.

Implementing Evidence-Based Services [Webinar]

This webinar covers how to implement evidence-based practices (EBPs) in juvenile agencies.               

Unchain the Children: Policy Opportunities to Stop Shackling Children in Court [Webinar]

This webinar discusses reasons to reform universal shackling and successful strategies for reforming shackling policies.

Disproportionate Minority Contact and Status Offenses

This report looks at the significant overrepresentation of minority youth among juvenile status offenders.

LGBTQ Youth and Status Offenses: Improving System Responses and Reducing Disproportionality [Webinar]

This webinar will explain how your agency can more appropriately serve youth who commit status offenses and are LGBTQ.

LGBTQ Youth and Status Offenses: Improving System Responses and Reducing Disproportionality

This brief stresses the use of the “National Standards for the Care of Youth Charged with Status Offenses” with all LGBTQ youth.

National Standards for the Care of Youth Charged with Status Offenses

These Standards promote research-based best practices to better engage and support youth and families in need of assistance.

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