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Current Issue:

PDF version      Vol. 8, No. 1 - Spring 2010
Integrating Family-Focused Approaches in Juvenile Justice Reform, Ryan Shanahan
The Behind the Cycle Network: Making Connections to Reorient Policy Priorities, Catherine Beane

Archived Issues:

PDF version      Vol. 7, No. 4 - Winter 2010
Position Paper by CWLA's National Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice (NACJJ)
Models for Change Research Update on the "Pathways to Desistance"
Interview with RFK Children's Action Corps CEO and NACJJ Chair, Ed Kelley

PDF version      Vol. 7, No. 3 - Spring/Summer 2009
Mental Health and Substance Abuse Issues in the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act - Prepared for ACT 4 JJ
Registering Harm: How Sex Offense and Registries Fail Youth and Communities - By Nastassia Walsh

PDF version      Vol. 7, No. 2 - Fall 2008/Winter 2009
Understanding the Commercial Exploitation of Children - By Lisa Goldblatt Grace
Native American Juvenile Rights: Who Cares? - By Terry L. Cross and Kathleen A. Fox
Strong Juvenile Justice Legislation Passes Senate Committee: Includes Expanded Coordination of JJ and Child Welfare - By Tim Briceland-Betts

PDF version      Vol. 7, No. 1 - Summer 2008
Convention on the Rights of the Child and Juvenile Justice - By Jenni Gainborough and Elisabeth Lean
ABA Policy and Report on Crossover and Dual Jurisdiction Youth - American Bar Association, Commission on Youth at Risk

PDF version      Vol. 6, No. 4 - Spring 2008
Evidence-Based Practice-Developing a New Business Model from the Inside Out - By Jeremy Kohomban, Paul Schiller, and Patricia O'Gorman
The School to Prison Pipeline and Criminalizing Youth: Costs, Consequences, and Alternatives - By Marsha Weissman
Group Homes Appear to Double Delinquency Risk for Foster Kids, Study Says - By Craig Chamberlain
The Growing Toll: Non-Family Residential Care for Youth Linked to Delinquency; Costing 50 Percent More

PDF version      Vol. 6, No. 3 - Winter 2008
Potential for Change: Public Attitudes and Policy Preferences for Juvenile Justice Systems Reform - A Center for Children's Law and Policy Report
Rehabilitation Versus Incarceration of Juvenile Offenders: Public Preferences in Four Models for Change States - Executive Summary
Juvenile Justice Bulletin Brief - By John Tuell

PDF version      Vol. 6, No. 2 - Fall 2007
Rethinking Juvenile Justice: Using the IEP Concept to Create a New Juvenile Justice Paradigm - By Claudia Wright
Caught Between Two Courts: Maintaining and Enhancing Child Welfare Services for Older Youth Involved in the Juvenile Justice System - By Laval Miller-Wilson
Models for Change Consultation and Technical Assistance - By John Tuell

PDF version      Vol. 6, No. 1 - Summer 2007
Mental Health and Juvenile Justice: The Initial Models for Change Experience - By Joseph J. Cocozza and Jennie L. Shufelt
Effective Collaboration Development and System Reform: The Safe Kids/Safe Streets Experience - By Frances Gragg, Roberta Cronin, and Karla Eisen

PDF version      Vol. 5, No. 4 - Spring 2007
Early-Age Targeted Prevention of Mental Health Problems and Juvenile Delinquency for Maltreated Children: The Early Risers Skills for Success Community Integration Program - By Gerald J. August, George M. Realmuto, and Abigail Gewirtz
Experience Prompts Call for Change and Progress - By David A. Dietz

PDF version      Vol. 5, No. 3 - Winter 2007
Agency--Driven Cultural Competence: The Gap Between Ideal and Reality in the Juvenile Justice Systems - By Constance Burgess and Matthew Gerst
On the Ethical Care of Gay and Lesbian Youth in Corrections - By Laurie Schaffner

PDF version      Vol. 5, No. 2 - Fall 2006
Deviant Peer Contagion: Findings from the Duke Executive Sessions on Deviant Peer Contagion - By Joel Rosch
Bringing Youth Voices into Juvenile Justice Reform - By Tina Chiu

PDF version      Vol. 5, No. 1 - Summer 2006
Improving System Responses to Crossover Youth: The Role of Research and Practice Partnerships - By Denise C. Herz, Miriam Krinsky, and Joseph P. Ryan
Project Redirect: Difficult Juveniles Get a New Outlook for the Future - By Julie Yoder

PDF version      Vol. 4, No. 4 - Spring 2006
The Legal Rights of Young People in State Custody: What Juvenile Justice Professionals Need to Know When Working with LGBT Youth - By Rudy Estrada and Jody Marksamer
Adolescents, Maturity, and the Law: Why Science and Development Matter in Juvenile Justice - By Jeffrey Fagan

PDF version      Vol. 4, No. 3 - Winter 2006
Legal Analysis in Systems Integration - By Jessica Heldman
African American Males in Care - By Joseph P. Ryan

PDF version      Vol. 4, No. 2 - Summer/Fall 2005
Community Interventions: Reducing Overrepresentation in Iowa's Juvenile Justice Systems - By Brad Richardson, PhD
We are Soldiers - By Elvia Rodriguez

PDF version      Vol. 4, No. 1 - Spring 2005
King County System Integration Initiative: Reform to Impact Dual Jurisdiction Youth and Families
Children of Prisoners, Children of Promise - By Arlene F. Lee
Addressing Child Trauma in Juvenile Justice and Residential Settings - By Christine Siegfried and Susan J. Ko

PDF version      Vol. 3, No. 4 - Winter 2005
A Community's Response to the Sex Trafficking of Children - By Nancy A. Boxill and Deborah J. Richardson
When the Juvenile Court Becomes a Mental Health Emergency Room: How Assessment of Global Risk and Needs Factors Can Impact Proper Service Referrals - By Stephen M. Gavazzi, Courtney M. Yarcheck, David K. Edelblute & Cynthia M. Webb

PDF version      Vol. 3, No. 3 - Summer/Fall 2004
Youth in Foster Care Who Commit Delinquent Acts: Study Findings and Recommendations - By Leslee Morris
The Nurse-Family Partnership: Pennsylvania's Investment in Families - By Ruth R. Williams
Bringing Justice Home: Lawrence Hall Establishes Nation's First Peer Jury in a Child Welfare Agency - By Patricia Cronin

PDF version      Vol. 3, No. 2 - Spring 2004 (Revised)
Oregon Crafts Guidelines for Effective Girls Programming - By Pam Patton and Marcia Morgan
Linking Child Placement and Juvenile Delinquency: Research Examines the Role of Placement in Increased Delinquency Rates
Unlocking the Future: Detention Reforms in the Juvenile Justice System - By Eve N. Munson

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 Vol. 2, No. 4/Vol. 3, No. 1 - Fall 2003/Winter 2004
St. Paul initiative helps 'all children excel': ACE program demonstrates mulitsystem intervention for young delinquents -By Hope Melton
On the Right Track: Youth Detention Reform Succeeds in Oregon
Using collaborative strategies to reinvent juvenile justice - By Steven C. Teske

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 Vol. 2, No. 3 - Summer 2003
Michigan's Juvenile Justice Online Technology: A System of Care for Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice
Developing a Health Screening for girls in the Juvenile justice System - By Leslie Acoca

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 Vol. 2, No. 2 - Spring 2003
Legislative Update: A Summary of Juvenile Justice Provisions in the 21st Century Department of Justice Appropriations Act
Central Baptist Family Services: A full continuum of Multidisciplinary Services for Delinquent Youth
Partnerships for Success: Positively Impacting Ohio's Children and Families
CWLA Forms Girls Juvenile Justice Advisory Group

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 Vol. 2, No. 1 - Summer 2002
Kentucky's Public-Private Partnership: Therapeutic Foster Care for Delinquent youth
A Question of Youth, Adultism, and Cultural Competence - By Jorge Velazquez and Maria Garin-Jones
Behavior Management Training, Supporting Best Practices: A Collaborative Intervention

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 Vol. 1, No. 4 - Fall 2001
Reclaiming Futures: Building Community Solutions to Substance Abuse and Delinquency - By Laura Burney Nissen
Senior's Partner to Help Juveniles - By Joseph Montgomery
Project Confirm of New York City: Bridging the Gap Between Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice - By John Tuell

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 Vol. 1, No. 3 - Summer 2001
PACE Center for Girls: Gender-Specific Prevention - By Natalie Schaible
Iowa Decategorization - By Dennis Mondoro
Prevention as a Priority: A Commitment to Action for Safer Communities

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 Vol. 1, No. 2 - Spring 2001
The Kentucky Experience: Serving Youth from Prevention to Aftercare
CWLA Convenes National Advisory Committee on Juvenile Justice
Meet the Chairs: The Link Interviews the Chairs of the Newly Formed National Advisory Committee of Juvenile Justice
Building Blocks for Youth: Youth, Race & Crime in the News

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 Vol. 1, No. 1 - Winter 2000/2001
Building Stronger Partnerships Builds a Stronger System - By Shay Bilchik
Building Blocks for Youth: Protecting Minority Youth in the Juvenile Justice System
Wraparound Milwaukee Provides Innovative Approach to Systems of Care
Younger American's Act Reintroduced in 107th Congress with Bipartisan Support
Statistics Show Drop in Juvenile Crime for Sixth Straight Year

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