Ch 14 PPT - Police Responses to Criminal and Juvenile Justice in the 21st Century Chapter 14 Overview Prevention Five Actions Enforcement Five

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Police Responses to Criminal and Juvenile Justice in the 21st Century Chapter 14
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Overview Prevention Five Actions Enforcement Five Actions Reentry Five Actions
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Introduction Honest evaluations of policing philosophies, programs, and methods are needed Identify programs/ methods which produced quantifiable results Serve as models for policy makers Retention or dismissal of a program should be based on statistical analysis This ensures resources are well spent
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Introduction Technological advances Remarkable improvements in information sharing capapbilities Combination of technologies, programs, research, after-care and committed personnel All must be part of the solution New Jersey’s “Strategy for Safe Streets and Neighborhoods 3 focus areas: enforcement, prevention, and reentry Stresses collaboration and cooperation
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Prevention
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Prevention Overview Directly influenced by increased juvenile involvement in violent crime Growing prevalence of criminal street gangs
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Action 1 Coordinate state-level prevention efforts Beginning with the awarding of $36 million in grants through a competitive bidding process New partners have emerged to contribute services, expertise and other resources Appointment of Prevention Coordinator Will assume responsibility for managing strategies implemented at the state level State agencies provided with funding guide
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Action 2 Facilitate local-level planning and implementation of prevention strategies Local/ county agencies are main entities “Community Resource Tool Kit” Family success centers “One stop shop” for family resources Extension of current offered services
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2011 for the course CRJU 4230 taught by Professor Derekallen during the Fall '10 term at Georgia State University, Atlanta.

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Ch 14 PPT - Police Responses to Criminal and Juvenile Justice in the 21st Century Chapter 14 Overview Prevention Five Actions Enforcement Five

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