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Effective Youth Diversion Strategies for Law Enforcement

Training Summary

  A panel composed of a police chief, county prosecutor, and division director of juvenile services provides information on their youth diversion programs, including program development, successes, and challenges faced during implementation. A discussion of lessons learned assists law enforcement agencies as they consider starting or improving a youth diversion program.

  Learning Objectives:
 
  • Present an overview of two youth diversion programs that have shown success in decreasing juvenile crime, delinquency, and arrests

  • Demonstrate successes and challenges that can be used to implement or improve similar youth diversion programs in other jurisdictions

  • Provide resources and tools to assist law enforcement agencies in developing, improving, and evaluating the impact of their youth diversion programs and services

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Hosted By:
International Association of Chiefs of Police

Type of Training:
Webinar

Date:
January 2014

Category:
System Involved Youth, Systems Improvement

Topic:
Diversion, Juvenile Justice System Improvement, Training for Law Enforcement/Court Personnel

Keywords:
Diversion, Youth, Program Development, Implement, Police, Law Enforcement, Strategies


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