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01/11/23
Bench Card
Child Sex Trafficking On-Ramps and Off-Ramps Fact Sheet and Infog…

This infographic and fact sheet were developed in conversation with youth survivors and 39 stakeholders who provide training and/or technical assistance on child sexual exploitation and youth interventions across the country. These resources are intended…

01/04/23
Publication
Youth and the Juvenile Justice System: 2022 National Report

Youth and the Juvenile Justice System: 2022 National Report is the fifth edition of a comprehensive report on youth victimization, offending by youth, and the juvenile justice system. With this release, the report series has…

12/27/22
Brief
Using Data to Promote Equity in Juvenile Drug Treatment Courts - …

The purpose of this Technical Assistance Brief is to provide juvenile drug treatment courts (JDTC) teams with an overview of how to collect, analyze, and respond to program-level data regarding racial equity in three primary…

10/10/22
Technical Assistance Bulletin
Judicial – Academic Partnerships For Juvenile Drug Treatment Co…

The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ) has released a technical assistance bulletin about the relationships between judicial and academic partnerships. Judicial – Academic Partnerships For Juvenile Drug Treatment Courts: A Technical…

07/19/21
Publication
The Role of The Judge in Transforming Juvenile Probation: A Toolk…

The NCJFCJ has prepared, The Role of the Judge in Transforming Juvenile Probation: A Toolkit for Leadership (hereafter also referred to as the Toolkit) to provide judges with practical strategies and recommendations to help their jurisdictions take…

04/27/21
Publication
Seeing What’s Underneath: A Resource for Understanding Behavior…

Juvenile court can be a stressful environment— for everyone. But for court-involved youth, it can also be embarrassing, confusing, and traumatic. Youth may fail to meet adults’ expectations to be respectful and compliant or to…

10/22/20
Technical Assistance Bulletin
5 Ways Juvenile Probation Administrators Can Use Public Health Da…

Juvenile probation administrators are responsible for ensuring that their probation department equitably offers evidence-based services to youth. It is important that these services meet the needs of youth, and that the services foster positive outcomes.…