Accepting Applications for Diversion Program + CYPM Webinar

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Center for Juvenile Justice Reform 
Georgetown University's McCourt School of Public Policy
     
 
  July 17, 2015
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Accepting Applications for CJJR's Juvenile Diversion Certificate Program 

Webinar to Provide Overview of Diversion Program

 

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  We are now accepting applications for our Juvenile Diversion Certificate Program, which will be held from December 15-18, 2015 at the Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center in Washington, DC.  The Juvenile Diversion Certificate Program presents an excellent opportunity for individuals and teams of prosecutors, probation staff, law enforcement officials, policymakers and other local leaders committed to strengthening their diversion efforts to obtain in-depth training, education, and guidance on juvenile diversion policies, practices, and programs from national experts, while also networking and learning across jurisdictions.

The program is offered in partnership with the Juvenile Law Center and the National League of Cities.

We will also host a free webinar on August 12, 2015, from 2 to 3 p.m. ET, that will provide an overview of the certificate program. This webinar is part of a five-part series offered through the Center for Coordinated Assistance to States.

Learn more about the Juvenile Diversion Certificate Program including how to apply, tuition, and available subsidies. 

Register
 for and learn more about the free webinar.


Reminder: Accepting Applications for CJJR's 8th Annual Multi-System Integration Certificate Program

Application Deadline: August 21, 2015

stock photoWe are still accepting applications for our 8th Annual Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare: Multi-System Integration Certificate Program, which will be held from October 29-November 4, 2015 at Georgetown University.

Through a week of intensive study, the Multi-System Integration Certificate Program will instruct participants on how to improve outcomes for youth known to both the child welfare and juvenile justice systems (i.e. crossover youth) through a multi-disciplinary approach that highlights integration and collaboration. Specifically, the program will highlight our Crossover Youth Practice Model which has proven to be an effective multi-system reform effort in 88 counties in 20 states.

Subsidies of up to $1000 are available for individuals who apply to the program.

Learn more

Webinar to Highlight Crossover Youth Practice Model Outcomes

logo-short 2On August 6, 2015, from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m., the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform, at Georgetown University's McCourt School of Public Policy will present the "CYPM Implementation Data Webinar." This webinar will highlight outcomes of the first cohort of sites to implement the Crossover Youth Practice Model. This initial cohort of 13 jurisdictions began implementation in 2010. To date, that number has grown to 88 counties in 20 states.

The presentation will provide an overview of the Crossover Youth Practice Model and will highlight improvements in jurisdictions on a series of outcomes, including use of diversion, education, mental health, substance use, permanency planning, prosocial connections and activities, recidivism and case closures.

Register for and learn more about the "CYPM Implementation Data Webinar."
 
 

 

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TESTIMONIALS

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"Our Nebraska team of diverse professionals was honored to participate in the 2014 Juvenile Diversion Certificate Program at Georgetown University...each of us was able to benefit from the diversity of presenters in attendance. The atmosphere was warm, welcoming and perfectly conducive to a learning atmosphere for such an educational opportunity, and the caliber of professionals that was assembled by Georgetown was tremendous. The Georgetown program gave us a stronger background to better work toward our goal of providing useful diversion resources to counties throughout the State for diversion improvement and implementation during the upcoming years.”

- Nebraska Department of Probation Team

 

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"The team from Idaho selected to attend the Diversion Certificate Program began with a goal to develop a more consistent diversion process throughout the state. The Certificate Program solidified the team’s belief that collaboration with key stakeholders was paramount to the project. We learned key information from the well-organized sessions that provided us with a more developed plan. The ongoing support and technical assistance will help us attain our goal.”

-Idaho Team


RESOURCES

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READ NYC's CIDI Report: Young Adult Outcomes of Foster Care, Justice and Dually Involved in New York City
 
Center for Juvenile Justice Reform
Georgetown University
Box 571444
3300 Whitehaven St. NW, Suite 5000
Washington, DC 20057
Tel: (202) 687-4942
Fax: (202) 687-7656
Email: jjreform@georgetown.edu
 




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