PbS Presents Person of the Month for 2015

Posted by Lisa Martinek
December 30, 2014

In 2015 Performance-based Standards (PbS) celebrates our 20th Anniversary! It’s hard to believe that more than 20 years has passed since the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) released their conditions of confinement report which was the catalyst to the inception of the Performance-based Standards Learning Institute. In that time we have seen many changes within the juvenile justice system. Change doesn’t happen fast and it doesn’t happen without the tremendous dedication of the people working in the field, all day…every day.  PbS is honoring those people this year by spotlighting a PbS person of the month throughout the year.  We will be sharing their stories with you and hope that the work they have done will serve as an inspiration to all of us. 

In 2015 Performance-based Standards (PbS) celebrates our 20th Anniversary!  It’s hard to believe that more than 20 years has passed since the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) released their conditions of confinement report which was the catalyst to the inception of the Performance-based Standards Learning Institute.  In that time we have seen many changes within the juvenile justice system.  Change doesn’t happen fast and it doesn’t happen without the tremendous dedication of the people working in the field, all day…every day.  PbS is honoring those people this year by spotlighting a PbS person of the month throughout the year.  We will be sharing their stories with you and hope that the work they have done will serve as an inspiration to all of us.