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Training programs, videoconferences, distance learning, the Regionalization program, and technical assistance available from the National Institute
An overview of the curriculum development process is presented.
The need for and process of retraining in an organization are discussed during this 3-hour workshop.
This program explains the systematic design of training based upon the Instructional Theory Into Practice (ITIP) model.
The development and implementation of an in-house leadership and management development system (within existing agency parameters) are discussed du
Describes the training programs and technical assistance available from the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) Academy Division through an int
"Using a three-phase process [during this 36-hour course] to plan, create, and evaluate reentry/continuing care systems, participant teams plan way
This 38-hour course is designed to help juvenile justice agencies evaluate and respond to the needs of juvenile female offenders in their specific
This 36-hour training program targets skills needed to effectively lead a juvenile corrections or detention facility.
Meeting the needs of juvenile female offenders is discussed during this 1.5-hour training session.
Training programs, satellite/Internet broadcasts, and e-learning are described.
“Public safety is compromised when youth leaving out-of-home placements are not afforded necessary supportive services upon reentering their commun
"The purpose of this resource is to improve outcomes when interacting with adolescent girls by providing some reasons why girls often behave differ
'In this bulletin, the authors describe 10 guidelines for community supervision professionals who regularly work with underage drinkers.
“Comprehensive, accurate, and reliable data are needed to guide the development of innovative juvenile justice policy.
“The goal of this project was to examine the effectiveness of three distinct strategies (revision of a detention index, a procedural change in revi
“This bulletin examines the results of the Northwestern Juvenile Project-a prospective longitudinal study of youth detained at the Cook County Juve
This publication “provides guidance for implementing an FDC [Family Drug Court], including the development of FDC partnerships and a common vocabul
“Research suggests that incarcerated youth have difficulty functioning in society as they age.
This Listening Session allowed juvenile justice professionals, families, and allies to share their expertise and experiences regarding the mentorin
If you work with justice-involved juvenile, you need to read this bulletin.
"To understand to what extent states currently track recidivism data for youth involved in the juvenile justice system and use that information to
While the negative influence of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) on adults has been studied, the prevalence and impact of ACEs on juvenile offe
"Understanding why most juvenile offenders desist from antisocial activity as a part of the normative transition into adulthood may provide importa
"As an alternative to traditional juvenile courts, juvenile drug courts attempt to provide substance abuse treatment, sanctions, and incentives to