Apr

18

Juvenile Reentry in Concept and Practice

This webinar, held on January 26th, 2010, featured David M. Altschuler, Ph.D., principal research scientist at the Institute for Policy Studies at Johns Hopkins University, and Shay Bilchik, founder and director of the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform at Georgetown University Public Policy Institute. The webinar addressed the key components of juvenile reentry, including assessing and classifying reoffending risk, needs, and strengths; balancing social control and services; and blending sanctions and incentives into a graduated response system designed to promote…

Past Event
April 18, 2013, 8:00 am

This webinar, held on January 26th, 2010, featured David M. Altschuler, Ph.D., principal research scientist at the Institute for Policy Studies at Johns Hopkins University, and Shay Bilchik, founder and director of the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform at Georgetown University Public Policy Institute. The webinar addressed the key components of juvenile reentry, including assessing and classifying reoffending risk, needs, and strengths; balancing social control and services; and blending sanctions and incentives into a graduated response system designed to promote law abidance and prosocial behavior change.


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