ERIC Number: ED422551
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1995
Reference Count: N/A
Managing Delinquency Programs That Work.
Glick, Barry, Ed.; Goldstein, Arnold P., Ed.
Sixteen chapters, written by leaders in the profession, focus on issues relevant to managing effective approaches to the problem of juvenile delinquency. Part 1, "Policy Formulation and Direction," includes: (1) "A National Perspective" (J. C. Howell); (2) "A State Perspective" (E. J. Loughran, S. Guarino-Ghezzi); (3) "A Community Perspective: Organizational and Management Implications to Creating Alternatives to Juvenile Court" (M. G. Scofield, W. S. Davidson). Part 2, "Managing Program Development," provides insight into programming for specific populations: (4) "Detention Services for Juveniles" (J. P. Treahy); (5) "Facility Programming for Female Delinquents" (L. Albrecht); (6) "Facility Programming for Sex Offenders" (B. Janes); (7) "Managing Aftercare Services for Delinquents" (D. M. Altschuler, T. L Armstrong). Part 3, "Managing Program Administration," covers: (8) "Managing Clinical Programs for Juvenile Delinquents" (V. M. Agee); (9) "Manging Recreation and Leisure for Juvenile Delinquents" (J. Calloway). Part 4, "Managing Program Training and Evaluation," covers: (10) "Training Programs and Staff Development" (H. R. Cellini); (11) "Research: A Macro View of Statewide Issues" (M. S. Satin); (12) "Artful Research Management: Problems, Process, and Products" (A. P. Goldstein, B. Glick). Part 5, "Managing System Issues," brings together several remaining organizational issues: (13) "Cultural Sensitivity in Delinquency Prevention and Intervention Programs" (F. I. Soriano, L. Lleva); (14) "Understanding the Public-Private Partnership: The Administrator's Role" (K. C. Walsh); (15) "Budgets and Financing Juvenile Programs: What Every Program Manager Needs to Know about Budget and Finance" (W. J. Bradley); (16) "The Changing Role of Professional Associations" (J. A. Gondles, Jr.). (EMK)
Descriptors: Adolescents, Correctional Education, Correctional Institutions, Correctional Rehabilitation, Courts, Delinquency, Delinquent Rehabilitation, Juvenile Gangs, Juvenile Justice, Prisoners, Public Policy, Special Needs Students, Youth Problems, Youth Programs
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Publication Type: Books; Collected Works - General; Guides - Non-Classroom
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: American Correctional Association, Lanham, MD.