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Removing Barriers for Youth in the Juvenile Justice System

Consequences of Juvenile Records: They Are Not Collateral and They Can Be Forever

Training Summary

  Having a juvenile offense record can stigmatize youth and affect their reintegration into society. Reentering youth face many challenges, such as continuing their education and obtaining housing and employment, and develop strategies to address these barriers.  This OJJDP-sponsored Webinar is the first in a series on removing barriers for youth in the juvenile justice system and explores the consequences of a juvenile record and how to reduce the stigma resulting from juvenile adjudications.

  Learning Objectives:
 
  • Learn strategies to reduce the harm stemming from juvenile adjudications and records

  • Build a coalition of people who are interested in limiting electronic mass distribution of juvenile records

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Other Trainings in This Series

Reversing the School-to-Prison Pipeline: From Incarceration to Education

 
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Hosted By:
OJJDP National Training and Technical Assistance Center (NTTAC)

Type of Training:
Webinar

Date:
February 2013

Category:
System Involved Youth

Topic:
Juvenile Records Systems, Reentry, Youth Courts and Probation

Keywords:
Juvenile Justice, Youth, System-Involved, Reintegration, Consequences, Records, Barriers, Collateral