2 edition of Justice and treatment innovation found in the catalog.
Justice and treatment innovation
National Drug Court Conference (1st 1993 Miami, Fla.)
1994 by U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, National Institute of Justice in Washington, D.C .
Written in English
|Other titles||Drug court movement.|
|Statement||John S. Goldkamp.|
|Series||Issues and practices, Issues and practices in criminal justice.|
|Contributions||Goldkamp, John S., National Institute of Justice (U.S.), Crime and Justice Research Institute.|
|LC Classifications||KF3890.A75 N38 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 38 p. :|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||95131660|
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Justice and Treatment Innovation: The Drug Court Movement A Wori(ing Paper of the First National Drug Court Conference December National Institute of Justice I SJI I State Justice Institute If you have issues viewing or accessing this file contact us at Justice and treatment innovation: the drug court movement: a working paper of the first National Drug Court Conference, December / By Fla.) National Drug Court Conference (1st: Miami, John S.
Goldkamp, Crime and Justice Research Institute. and National Institute of Justice (U.S.) Abstract. Gold Award for the European Design Award’s – Best Book Design Winkler Institute for Dispute Resolution review: “Ultimately, Innovating Justice is a welcome and well-timed book for those interested in thinking about and experimenting with justice innovation.”.
Psychologists have always played a key role in determining how the juvenile justice system assesses and treats young offenders.
Recent neuropsychological findings shows that there are important developmental differences between juvenile offenders, such as varying levels of maturity, risk potential, and amenability to treatment, not to mention individualized personality traits and possible Cited by: Description This book offers criminologists and students an evidence-based discussion of the latest trends in corrections.
Over the last several decades, research has clearly shown that rehabilitation efforts can be effective at reducing recidivism among criminal offenders.
A natural companion to the recently published Drug Control and the Courts (SAGE ), this accessible volume focuses on five case studies in judicial innovation - the dedicated drug treatment courts in Miami, Oakland, Fort Lauderdale, Portland and Phoenix.
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Restorative justice is an approach to problem solving that, in its vari- ous forms, involves the victim, the offender, their social networks, jus- tice agencies and the community.
Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Even prior to the establishment of a drug court, key criminal justice Justice and treatment innovation book other public officials had embraced drug treatment as an important option for drug-involved offenders and had experimented with various programs aimed at reducing drug use by offenders and incorporating rehabilitation into.
The Improvement of the Administration of Justice, Eighth Edition is divided into six sections: The Judicial System, Judicial Officers, Court Operations, Case Presentation, Specialized Courts, and Serving the these topics could be seen as being broad, with each of section being a volume of its own, the new edition brings the focus back to the administration of justice.
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Recent neuropsychological findings show that there are important developmental differences between juvenile offenders, such as varying levels of maturity, risk potential, and amenability to treatment, not to mention individualized personality traits and possible.
A Treatment Manual for Justice Involved Persons with Mental Illness comprises a comprehensive and structured treatment manual that provides clinicians a guide for treating justice involved persons with mental illness.
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• People will be more likely to accept losing if they perceive as fair the procedures and interpersonal treatment they received. Procedures vs. Outcomes (c) Center for Court Innovation. "Innovation is hard work. In Reducing Crime, Reducing Incarceration, Berman offers a look at how change happens at the local level-and how, sometimes, it doesn't.
These well-written essays offer a compelling vision of both the challenges and opportunities of criminal justice reform." - Nicholas Turner President, Vera Institute of Justice. Family Drug Courts: An Innovation of Transformation offers a wealth of information about the struggles of real people who have been drawn into the court system and have lost their children due to Reviews: 1.
tive and psychologically informed approach to the treatment of juveniles. Advancements in the research base for understanding key juvenile concepts, as well as signiﬁcant changes in policy and law, highlight the pressing need for a book on the very best practice regarding juvenile forensic evaluation and treatment.
This book offers you: Great examples of justice innovation - Advice on how to put your justice innovation act together - Help with creating a justice strategy for your country - Methods for improving your justice system at home, at work or in the community - Inspiration for the hard work that is needed to get it done This book is based on: cumulative years of research and development in.
The word “justice” may conjure images of weighing scales and blindfolded women wit h swords, but most people tend to think of vague ideas of fairness, equality, and truth. The idea of justice is definitely not something one can easily put one’s finger on.
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Throughout the book, practitioners display enthusiasm, perseverance and optimism with regards to the current justice system. The strength of this book lies in its uncut perspective of the practitioners. By reading this book, the reader has a clear understanding of what it is like to work in the criminal justice.
justice system. Criminal justice contacts — however brief — can have negative psychosocial and employment effects, and often fail to address the underlying cause of criminal behavior.3 2.
Rely on clinical staff — not prosecutors or other legal personnel — to design and run evidence-based and individually-tailored treatment programs.
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As the opioid epidemic unfolds, correctional institutions are looking for best practices that they can use to help handle the ever growing demand for substance abuse and addiction treatment.
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$ In the United States, juvenile offenders were tried, convicted, sentenced, and incarcerated as adults until the end of the 19th century, when concerned individuals successfully petitioned for. Named one of the best books of by the Vera Institute of Justice and short-listed for the Media for a Just Society Award and for the Goddard Riverside Stephan Russo Book Prize for Social Justice, this essential book from the New Press offers a concrete road map for professionals and general readers alike who want to move from analysis.
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Youth under the age of 18 who are accused of committing a delinquent or criminal act are typically processed through a juvenile justice system similar to that of the adult criminal justice system in many ways—processes include arrest, detainment, petitions, hearings, adjudications, dispositions, placement, probation, and reentry—the juvenile justice process operates according to.
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The awards will total about $ million over a multi-year period, and involve 10 research institutions and two health centers to.Promoting justice through leadership and innovation ISSUES AT A GLANCE Building Community Trust 2 Howard Zehr, The Little Book of Restorative Justice (Brattleboro, VT: Good Books, ), 3 Adriaan Lanni, The Future of Community Justice, Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Rev –,abuse treatment for criminal justice populations.
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