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Transforming Juvenile Justice: Evidence-based Best Practices
 
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What Works in Public Safety: Juvenile Justice Grounded in Youth Development
 
Multnomah County's Local Public Safety Coordination Council brings up-to-date data and research to policy makers in its annual "What Works" conferences. In 2011, the conference focused on juvenile justice.
 
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Sherri Jefferson
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2017 - CONVERSATIONS WITH SHERRI JEFFERSON. Tune in and take part in this informational, inspiring, and innovative journey with Sherri Jefferson to explore issues and challenges facing our homes, schools, and communities. Call 646-727-2566 LISTEN LIVE, ITUNE OR ON DEMANDwww.SherriJefferson.com www.SherriJeffersonPublishing.com www.FemaleNOTFeemale.com www.TheLawMobile.netwww.aajjp.com
 
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Path to Justice
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My show, PATH to JUSTICE brings together the voices that bridge the connection between Spirituality and Restorative Justice. Healing the community is everyone's job and my guests and I give answers to the hard questions that men, women, and young people must face when dealing with a social crisis. My guests include a cross section of the community who address the three stakeholders in the Restorative Justice process: The Victims, The Offenders, and The Community. We also discuss the spiritua ...
 
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Vera Voices
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Making justice systems fairer and more effective through research and innovation
 
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Know-It-All: The ABCs of Education
 
Become a Know-It-All about all things education with Allison R. Brown, former attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice in the Civil Rights Division's Educational Opportunities Section and currently President of Allison Brown Consulting (ABC). With Allison's extensive experience, Know-It-All will inform listeners about education issues relevant to students, educators, families, community members, and others.
 
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Full Circle Refuge Juvenile Justice Ministry
 
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juvie
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“juvie” is a podcast exploring cases, legislation, experiences, and ramifications of children and youth in juvenile justice and adult criminal justice systems
 
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Skin DEEP Theology
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This season we'll talk with wardens, politicians, City leaders, The Nay sayer's, Mayor's, and most importantly YOU...and talk about things not anyone wants to talk about - Recidivism, Racism, Juvenile Justice and the corruption of the Justice system, Black LIVES matter?? of course but so do all other lives... that is just a few of the topics.....See, We scream for change but fail to admit change is necessary....Before Change can occur we must first acknowledge that change is needed. People s ...
 
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Juvenile justice reform often focuses on changing a system in which the majority of delinquents are boys. But how do courts and community providers address the needs of girls? This hour, we find out what advocates have learned from a new report on girls in Connecticut's juvenile justice system.By lbrown@wnpr.org (Lydia Brown).
 
Mayor Holland of Wyandotte County Host Craig Lubow talks with Mayor Mark Holland of the Unified Government of Wyandotte County about the County Jail, the new Juvenile Justice Facility, Police misconduct and more. Under the leadership of Mayor Holland the … The post Mayor Holland of Wyandotte County; Rally For Police Accountability; and KC MIlli ...…
 
Welcome to Flex Your Heart Radio! This podcast is about body, fat and gender positivity, fitness, feminism, recovery, risk, and crushing it at life. On this episode, we talk to feminist hero, Erica Smith! Erica Smith is a feminist sexuality educator and consultant based in Philadelphia. For 15 years, she has worked as a sexuality educator and a ...…
 
In episode 6 of May It Please the Pod, James and Ryan sit down with their old boss, Calcasieu Parish District Attorney John DeRosier. The three discussed Louisiana's recent criminal justice reform, the District Attorney's Office's new outreach through social media, and the rising crime amongst juveniles and how Mr. DeRosier plans on fixing it. ...…
 
Getting young people involved in community leadership brings fresh perspectives and new energy. Small cities and towns across the country are giving meaningful roles to youth and helping young people realize their voices matter. On this free talk, you’ll hear from youth advocates and a youth leader how to authentically involve the next generati ...…
 
ENCORE PRESENTATION... NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE! Lamont Banks, Cliff Stewart, and Lisa Stewart of the Colorado exoneration firm A Just Cause discuss what happens when the wheels of justice trample unbridled over the rights of innocent Americans. Our Special Guest for tonight's show is Tanya Washington, Founder of the JusticeCorner.com, a blog focu ...…
 
The Parents Engaging Parents Education Series was established for parents and guardians that want to advocate for the educational rights of children in New Jersey which is coordinated by Altorice Frazier. This podcast will be utilized to spread awareness via the world wide web. Our vision is to engage and inspire parents and guardians that they ...…
 
The game of musical chairs in the White House continues, while the Attorney General wastes DOJ time (and your money) trying to get back into the Papaya POTUS’s good graces. Plus a truly bizarre story out of Onslow County NC, state-sanctioned puppycide in Michigan, and Baltimore Police again striving to prove that The Wire was a documentary. The ...…
 
There are more than 43,000 SROs or school-based police officers, and an additional 39,000 security guards, working in our country’s 84,000 public schools: Only 12 states have laws that specify training requirements for school security staff who are assigned or deployed to schools. Few of these staff have any training in education, child and ado ...…
 
How does this country treat juveniles who commit offenses? Each state approaches the issue differently. The way we look at juveniles who commit crimes from misdemeanors to felonies shifts based on legal rulings and research. Our guests on this edition of "Our American States" take a look at the key issues, research and legislation affecting juv ...…
 
How does this country treat juveniles who commit offenses? Each state approaches the issue differently. The way we look at juveniles who commit crimes from misdemeanors to felonies shifts based on legal rulings and research. Our guests on this edition of "Our American States" take a look at the key issues, research and legislation affecting juv ...…
 
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The New Activist
 
As a juvenile corrections officer, Teresa Goines saw first-hand the problems facing the youth in her area. But, instead of simply accepting that reality, she took many bold steps to help solve the systemic issues—eventually opening Old Skool Cafe. This youth run, jazz-themed, supper club serves as an intensive real-world vocational training gro ...…
 
With U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions now promising to scuttle progress made in reducing mass incarceration under the Obama administration, we discuss the pioneering work of the Center for NuLeadership in the area of socio-economic, criminal and juvenile justice policy. Our guest is Dr. Divine Pryor, the organization's Executive Director.…
 
With U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions now promising to scuttle progress made in reducing mass incarceration under the Obama administration, we discuss the pioneering work of the Center for NuLeadership in the area of socio-economic, criminal and juvenile justice policy. Our guest is Dr. Divine Pryor, the organization's Executive Director.…
 
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration covered up murders of innocent civilians in Honduras, carried out on orders of its agents. Who is being held to account? Also: Berta Caceres, the award-winning environmental and LGBTQ activist, was assassinated in Honduras last year; now, her daughter has narrowly escaped a brutal attack. What is going o ...…
 
The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration covered up murders of innocent civilians in Honduras, carried out on orders of its agents. Who is being held to account? Also: Berta Caceres, the award-winning environmental and LGBTQ activist, was assassinated in Honduras last year; now, her daughter has narrowly escaped a brutal attack. What is going o ...…
 
Republican KY Senator Whitney Westerfield (Hopkinsville) talks with Jazmin and Robert about criminal justice on this episode. They talk about: SB 120, a law sponsored by Sen. Westerfield that passed in a paired down fashion this year. Sen Westerfield walks us through the process of why and how the bill was passed, and why some of the more ambit ...…
 
June 29, 2017: A version of President Trump's travel ban takes effect today, after the Supreme Court upheld portions of the executive order on Monday. A former Obama Administration official with the Office of Immigration Litigation explains what you should expect. Plus, a look at the new sex abuse charges facing the Catholic Church, the 10th an ...…
 
June 29, 2017: A version of President Trump's travel ban takes effect today, after the Supreme Court upheld portions of the executive order on Monday. A former Obama Administration official with the Office of Immigration Litigation explains what you should expect. Plus, a look at the new sex abuse charges facing the Catholic Church, the 10th an ...…
 
June 29, 2017: A version of President Trump's travel ban takes effect today, after the Supreme Court upheld portions of the executive order on Monday. A former Obama Administration official with the Office of Immigration Litigation explains what you should expect. Plus, a look at the new sex abuse charges facing the Catholic Church, the 10th an ...…
 
"Permanent. Physical. Suffering." - Prodigy The eighth birthday of the podcast, but a rough month in the world. A last-minute change to the selection for this episode opened up the inclusion of some verses by Prodigy of Mobb Deep, who passed away just a few days ago. On top of the musical tribute, the title and artwork of this episode are inspi ...…
 
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The Practice of the Practice Podcast: Small Business Growth | Marketing | Blogging | Small Business
 
Today, Paul Fugelsang discusses his experiences with Plant Medicine from the Amazon with Joe Sanok. Podcast Sponsor In the beginning, Jaime was building websites himself, but... The post PoP 228 | A Shift In Consciousness: A Resurgence In Plant-Based Healing Arts appeared first on How to Start, Grow, and Scale a Private Practice| Practice of th ...…
 
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The Practice of the Practice Podcast: Small Business Growth | Marketing | Blogging | Small Business
 
Today, Paul Fugelsang discusses his experiences with Plant Medicine from the Amazon with Joe Sanok. Podcast Sponsor In the beginning, Jaime was building websites himself, but... The post PoP 228 | A Shift In Consciousness: A Resurgence In Plant-Based Healing Arts appeared first on How to Start, Grow, and Scale a Private Practice| Practice of th ...…
 
This early release Father’s Day show covers the psychology & statistics of Patricide. We will also discuss the recent case of Bresha Meadows, who risked becoming a victim of the racially biased American Juvenile Justice system, in order to break free from the cycle of abuse. WARNING: This episode includes content that some may find disturbing. ...…
 
Political Editor Craig Dellimore talks with Illinois Senate President John Cullerton about the upcoming Special Session on the Budget. He also addresses concerns about the treatment of youthful offenders at a downstate facility with the head of the John Howard Association.
 
Political Editor Craig Dellimore talks with Illinois Senate President John Cullerton about the upcoming Special Session on the Budget. He also addresses concerns about the treatment of youthful offenders at a downstate facility with the head of the John Howard Association.
 
Political Editor Craig Dellimore talks with Illinois Senate President John Cullerton about the upcoming Special Session on the Budget. He also addresses concerns about the treatment of youthful offenders at a downstate facility with the head of the John Howard Association.
 
Political Editor Craig Dellimore talks with Illinois Senate President John Cullerton about the upcoming Special Session on the Budget. He also addresses concerns about the treatment of youthful offenders at a downstate facility with the head of the John Howard Association.
 
In his important new show, Matt Bromund, of the Bromund Law Group talks about the Juvenile Justice System and the challenges faced by families in Juvenile Dependency Court. “How a society treats its most vulnerable people is a clear test for the morality of a society.” In Juvenile Dependency Court, both children and parents are vulnerable. The ...…
 
In this episode of Justice Alaska on Hometown Alaska, co-hosts Kathleen McCoy and legal expert Senior Judge Elaine Andrews engage Palmer Superior Court Judge Vanessa White on a new therapeutic court set to begin this summer. It’s called FIT (Families with Infants and Toddlers) court, designed to better support children moving through the court ...…
 
Robert is gone, so Jazmin and her fellow attorney friend Yvette DeLaGuardia talk about juvenile justice issues and Governor Bevin's meeting in the West End of Louisville. Plus, as always, quick hits.
 
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