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Evaluation of Tulsa Oklahoma’s Implementation of the Enhanced Resource Guidelines

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With funding from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), the Implementation Sites Project provides specialized training and technical assistance to participating juvenile and family court sites to help those sites integrate the best practices as outlined in the Enhanced Resource Guidelines: Improving Court Practice in Child Abuse and Neglect Cases (ERGs). Implementation Sites seek to improve outcomes for children in care by assessing current practices against the recommendations for child abuse and neglect case processing outlined in the ERGs and establishing collaborative multi-disciplinary stakeholder teams to design and implement practice changes that align with the ERGs recommendations. This report presents findings from an evaluation of the Tulsa, Oklahoma’s implementation of the ERGs. Tulsa’s juvenile court stakeholders completed ERGs trainings in January 2016 and implemented ERGs-based improvement efforts thereafter.

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