Ch 15 PPT - State-of-the-Art Detention: In Search of a New...

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State-of-the-Art Detention: In Search of a New Normal Chapter 15
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Overview The Growing Crisis in Juvenile Detention Centers Bad Apples or Bad Barrels Bad Barrels (Bad Systems) Adult Corrections Bias Para-Military Organization Criminal Justice Education Collective Bargaining Agreements Professional Standards Training and Supervision State of the Art or the New Normal
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Overview Raw Materials: Elements of State of the Art Detention System Understanding Juvenile Detention Professional Standards as Important Guidelines for Effective Practice Juvenile Detention Reform More Programs and More People Detention Education Cognitive Behavioral Interventions Building Better Barrels
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Overview Building Better Barrels Ethics Adolescent Development Pre-Employment Education and Training Collective Bargaining Agreements Professional Standards Leadership
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Introduction “Normal” juvenile detention experiences likely include many troubling aspects “Patience is not a virtue; it is the midwife of the status quo” We must act urgently for progress
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The Growing Crisis in Juvenile Detention Centers We depend on Juvenile Correctional facilities Systematic assessments of issues in juvenile facilities are nonexistent No information or resource exchange for juvenile corrections professionals Three problem classifications Systems improvement Program development Capacity to respond and prevent crisis
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The Growing Crisis in Juvenile Detention Centers Failure of the system to protect incarcerated youths’ safety Miami and Mississippi examples of maltreatment Majority of youth in treatment facilities are “low risk” and “high need” Underfunded detention centers Mike Mahoney’s prediction Needing “light” and “heat” to bring reform to the juvenile justice centers
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Administrators point out that society needs protection from dangerous/ violent youth They neglect to mention issues of dangerous/ violent staff Juvenile justice reformers point to dangerous/ violent systems Psychology of imprisonment- prison situation created by the system Apples going bad because of the influence of a few bad apples? Apples being influenced by a bad barrel?
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Ch 15 PPT - State-of-the-Art Detention: In Search of a New...

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