ERIC Number: ED371243
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1993
Triple Header Annual Workshop Proceedings (12th, Sarasota, Florida, April 25-29, 1993).
American Probation and Parole Association, Lexington, KY.; National Consortium on Alternatives for Youth at Risk, Inc., Sarasota, FL.; National Juvenile Court Services Association, Carson City, NV.
The family and juvenile court system in the United States is overwhelmed with the number of court cases involving the incarceration of young people. The proceedings of this conference, the goal of which was to find alternatives to incarceration and improve efficiency of the juvenile court system, are summaries of the following 22 presentations: (1) The Nothing Works Myth Is Dead; (2) Addicted Babies: A Brighter Future; (3) Boot Camps; (4) Boys Town: It Isn't Just for Boys; (5) Case Management: Breaking The Cycle of Organizational Dysfunction; (6) Case Management in Juvenile Justice: Concepts and Development; (7) Challenge Programs--Dispositions for the "Challenging" Child; (8) Confronting Professional Liability; (9) Criminal Prosecution of Kids--Have We Gone Too Far?; (10) Cross-Cultural Investigations/Court Reports; (11) Dealing With Today's Hate Crimes and Criminals; (12) Firestarters: Can They Be Stopped?; (13) Freedom Program: Commitment Deferred; (14) Intensive Supervision: The Key to Aftercare; (15) Prevention And Treatment: Comprehensive Programs; (16) The Probation Officer and The Law; Restitution--Has It Proven Its Worth?; (17) Results-Oriented Interviewing; (18) San Antonio Boys Village: A Different Model; (19) Success-Oriented Dispositions; (20) Technology As A Disposition Tool; (21) Teen Court; and (22) The Youthful Female Offender: The P.A.C.E. Center for Girls. An order form for the individual sessions, which have been audio taped, is included. (MSF).
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, Reno, NV.
Authoring Institution: American Probation and Parole Association, Lexington, KY.; National Consortium on Alternatives for Youth at Risk, Inc., Sarasota, FL.; National Juvenile Court Services Association, Carson City, NV.