A New Juvenile Justice System : Total Reform for a Broken System.
By: Dowd, Nancy E.Material type: TextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Families, Law, and Society: Publisher: New York : NYU Press, 2015Description: 1 online resource (590 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781479800308; 1479800309.Subject(s): Juvenile justice, Administration of -- United StatesAdditional physical formats: Print version:: A New Juvenile Justice System : Total Reform for a Broken System.DDC classification: 364.360973 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover; Title Page; Dedication; Contents; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction: Re-visioning Youth Justice; Part I. Setting the Agenda; 1. Child Well-Being: Toward a Fair and Equitable Public Safety Strategy for the New Century; Part II. Core Components; 2. A Silent Sea Change: The Deinstitutionalization Trend in Juvenile Justice; 3. Starting from a Different Place: The Missouri Model; 4. Doing Things Differently: Education as a Vehicle for Youth Transformation and Finland as a Model for Juvenile Justice Reform; 5. Delinquency, Due Process, and Mental Health: Presuming Youth Incompetency.
Part III. Essential Perspectives6. Why Should We Treat Juvenile Offenders Differently than Adults? It's Not Because the Pie Isn't Fully Baked!; 7. Lost in Translation No More: Marketing Evidence-Based Policies for Reducing Juvenile Crime; 8. Building on Advocacy for Girls and LGBT Youth: A Foundation for Liberatory Laws, Policies, and Services for All Youth in the Juvenile Justice System; 9. Invest Upstream to Promote the Well-Being of LGBT Youth: Addressing Root Causes of Juvenile System Involvement; Part IV. Critical Actors.
10. Correcting Racial Disparities in the Juvenile Justice System: Refining Prosecutorial Discretion11. Helping Adolescents Succeed: Assuring a Meaningful Right to Counsel; 12. Fit to Be T(r)ied: Ending Juvenile Transfers and Reforming the Juvenile Justice System; 13. Applying J.D.B. v. North Carolina: Toward Ending Legal Fictions and Adopting Effective Police Questioning of Youth; Part V. Support Systems; 14. What If Your Child Were the Next One in the Door? Reimagining the Social Safety Net for Children, Families, and Communities.
15. Immigrant Children: Treating Children as Children, Regardless of Their Legal Status16. Crossover Youth: Youth Should Benefit When the State Is the Parent; 17. Breaking the School-to-Prison Pipeline: New Models for School Discipline and Community Accountable Schools; 18. No More Closed Doors: Ending the Educational Exclusion of Formerly Incarcerated Youth; 19. Collateral Consequences of Juvenile Court: Boulders on the Road to Good Outcomes; About the Contributors; Index.