2 edition of Juvenile diversion found in the catalog.
by U.S. Dept. of Justice, Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice in Washington
Written in English
|Statement||by Andrew Rutherford, Robert McDermott.|
|Series||National Evaluation Program : Series A ; no. 6, National evaluation program phase I report -- no. 6.|
|Contributions||McDemott, Robert., National Institute of Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice. National Evaluation Program., University of Minnesota.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 47 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
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Diversion programs are typically designed to provide youth with experiences that are different from traditional juvenile justice experiences. Diversion decisions and activities usually occur at the earliest stages of involvement in the juvenile justice system; however, diversion initiatives can be put in place at later stages of justice processing with the primary goal of reducing costly out.
Juvenile diversion is an intervention strategy that redirects youths away from formal processing in the juvenile justice system, while still holding them accountable for their actions.
Diversion programs may vary from low-intensity warn-and-release programs to more-intensive treatment or therapeutic programming, all in lieu of formal court.
The concept of diversion was first adopted by the adult criminal justice system, and in the s, became a topic of discussion in the juvenile justice system. Inthe President’s Commission on Law Enforcement and Administration of Justice recommended exploring alternatives for addressing the needs of troubled youth outside of the.
juvenile justice practitioners a roadmap for addressing these inconsistencies.9 It is important for readers to recognize that this Guidebook does not consider all types of diversion programs in juvenile justice.
Specifically, it does not consider: • Diversion efforts after formal adjudication or in juvenile correctionsFile Size: KB. Models for Change Juvenile Diversion Workgroup. Juvenile diversion guidebook.
Center for Juvenile Justice Reform, National Center for Mental Health and Juvenile Justice, National Juvenile Defender Center, National Youth Screening and Assessment Project, and Robert F. Juvenile diversion has become an extremely important, yet controversial, component of the juvenile justice system.
This chapter provides an overview of various aspects of juvenile diversion. It discusses the conceptual issues surrounding diversion in order to. Juvenile Diversion. likes. Juvenile Diversion is a web comic set in late s southern California which chronicles the escapades of four best ers: Two new webinars help practitioners and community-based organizations explore the use of diversion from juvenile court processing.
The sessions support the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s vision for juvenile probation transformation, which calls for removing a greater share of cases from the juvenile court system to focus probation on youth who pose significant risk for serious reoffending.
§ Delinquent juveniles. If a juvenile is found to be delinquent, except where such finding involves a refusal to take a breath test in violation of § or a similar ordinance, the juvenile court or the circuit court may make any of the following orders of disposition for his supervision, care and rehabilitation: 1.