ERIC Number: ED314688
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1989-Sep-18
Reference Count: N/A
Legislation on Juvenile Justice Issues. Wisconsin Legislative Council Report No. 11 to the 1989 Legislature.
Russell, Pam; Salm, Don
This document discusses Wisconsin state legislation on juvenile justice issues. In part I key provisions of these six bills are briefly described: (1) 1989 Assembly Bill 501, relating to a study of the use of small, secure juvenile facilities and youthful offender facilities; (2) 1989 Assembly Bill 502, relating to an early intervention program for high risk youths; (3) 1989 Assembly Bill 503, relating to a study of minimum education requirements at secured correctional facilities and child caring institutions; (4) 1989 Assembly Bill 504, relating to education transition programs for juvenile offenders; (5) 1989 Assembly Bill 505, relating to an intensive aftercare pilot program; and (6) 1989 Assembly Bill 538, relating to requiring aftercare plans and use of administrative procedures for revocation of aftercare. Committee activity in the areas of assignment, meetings, committee votes, council vote, and staff materials are summarized in part II. The background of each of the six bills is discussed and the requirements of the bills themselves are described in detail in part III. The appendix lists committee materials relating to staff memos and background material on the juvenile justice issues. (ABL)
Publication Type: Legal/Legislative/Regulatory Materials
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Wisconsin State Legislative Council, Madison.
Identifiers - Location: Wisconsin