What’s New in Juvenile Justice? May 23 News Roundup

Posted by Lisa Martinek
May 23, 2014

Do you need to catch up on juvenile justice news? We’ve compiled a list of recent news stories, so you can be up to date about what’s going on in juvenile justice.

The National Council on Crime and Delinquency (NCCD) released a brief on supervision strategies that help reduce youth incarceration.

Local programs show that school-based diversion programs can decrease the number of youths arrested because of school discipline problems and increase the number of students who are successful in school.

Several job positions are available with the New York City Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice.

A new report shows the need to reform DC's approach to the prosecution of youths as adults by promoting the rehabilitation of young offenders and improving public safety.

The National Juvenile Justice Network (NJJN) is presenting a webinar which will explore how social impact bonds work and how they should be structured for best results.

A juvenile facility in California is being rebuilt and is based on the latest research.

The Pew Charitable Trusts released an interactive tool which summarizes how juvenile corrections agencies define, measure and report on juvenile recidivism.