Ch 6 PPT - From Risk Identification to Risk Management: A...

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From Risk Identification to Risk Management: A Comprehensive Strategy for Young Children Engaging in Antisocial Behavior Chapter 6
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Overview Why a Comprehensive Approach for Youth Children? Identifying Risk in Children under 12 in Conflict with the Law (Stage 1) Police-Community Referral Protocols Identifying Risk in Children under 12 in Conflict with the Law (Stage 2) The Early Assessment Risk Lists for Boys and Girls Clinical Risk Management: The SNAP Approach
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Introduction Research on Risk Factors Chronic aggressive behavior to continued problems and criminality Greater number of risk factors = Greater likelihood of antisocial behavior Antisocial behavior: assault, aggression, fighting, theft, physically attacking people, cruelty to animals, and serious rule violations
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Introduction Child Development Institute’s Centre for Children Committing Offenses (CCCO) Early identification and interventions for children under 12 engaging in offending behaviors 21 years of development Three prong strategy: Referrals, assessments, and gender-sensitive model programs
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Why a Comprehensive Approach for Youth Children? Young Offenders Act
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Ch 6 PPT - From Risk Identification to Risk Management: A...

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