Topic: Performance Measurement and Evaluation
The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges publishes a monthly newsletter with practical programmatic advice, how-to discussions, and the latest updates from the field. Access the archive of newsletters here.
A scan was conducted to collect data from multiple Juvenile Drug Courts to better understand their implementation and measurable successes.
Outlining an evidenced based framework and the 16 strategies to creating juvenile drug courts.
OJJDP Juvenile Drug Treatment Court Guidelines Project: Juvenile Drug Treatment Court Listening Sessions
A summary of on site listening sessions conducted on juvenile court jurisdictions and recommendations for the future.
This paper reports on new national data on the over-representation of LGBQ/GNCT youth in the juvenile justice system and provides recommendations for key justice stakeholders on how to best serve these youths. The full report can be accessed here.
This Human Impact Partners report evaluates the health and equity impacts of youth arrest in Michigan, with a focus on the city of Detroit, and Wayne and Washtenaw Counties. The full report can be accessed here.
This report evaluates the health and equity impacts of charging youth as adults in criminal court. This report is meant to elevate the lived experiences of young people who have been tried as adults and to understand those experiences in the context of… Continue Reading Juvenile InJustice: Charging Youth as Adults is Ineffective, Biased, and Harmful
This is a series of tip sheets dedicated to helping juvenile drug courts establish the necessary strategies to have well functioning and successful courts.