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Quest for Effective Juvenile Justice Administration: 106th International Training Course

NCJ Number
176666
Date Published
1997
Length
37 pages
Annotation
This document reports on activities at the 106th International Training Course to study ways of more effectively administrating juvenile justice.
Abstract
Course participants discussed: (1) situation and trends of juvenile delinquency (general trends, particular points in specific kinds of juvenile delinquency, causes and background of juvenile delinquency); (2) situation and challenges regarding dispositions rendered by criminal justice agencies such as the court (basic dispositions, dispositions tailored to specific needs and problems, appropriate agencies to render dispositions, information gathering); (3) institutional treatment (facilities, equipment and living conditions, personnel, treatment programs, effectiveness); (4) community-based programs (supervision from administrative and treatment perspectives, effectiveness); and (5) juvenile delinquency prevention measures by criminal justice and other agencies (police measures, cooperation with families, schools, workplaces, community mobilization and participation).