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Home > Juvenile Justice Division > Consultation Initiatives > Connecticut Joint Juvenile Services Strategic Plan

 
 

Connecticut Joint Juvenile Services Strategic Plan

In January 2005, the Connecticut Department of Children, Youth, and Families and the Judicial Branch (Court Support Services Division) began a working process to develop a joint juvenile justice strategic plan. This nine-month planning process, facilitated by CWLA, uses the principles delineated in CWLA's Guidebook for Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare System Coordination and Integration: Framework for Improved Outcomes to create a coordinated approach to working with children and their families in or at risk of entering Connecticut's juvenile justice system. CWLA is facilitating the development of an interagency juvenile justice strategic plan that will guide the delivery of services and efficient allocation of resources within the Connecticut juvenile justice system over three to five years.

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The Connecticut Juvenile Justice Strategic Plan: Building Toward a Better Future--Executive Summary (August 2006)

The success of our intervention in the lives of Connecticut's struggling children, youth, and families requires a coordinated, planned, and informed system response. The Connecticut Joint Juvenile Justice Strategic Plan has been crafted to promote such a response. Through this strategic planning process, the system has opened itself to inspection, invited critique, and is now poised to become more effective and responsive in meeting the unique needs of its citizens and in becoming an innovative leader in the larger reform of juvenile justice throughout the nation.

Executive Committee

Resource and Inventory Assessment Subcommittee

Data and Information Management Subcommittee

Legal Analysis Subcommittee

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