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their efforts to control and
maintain offenders in the
prevention capacity of
local organizations. Source: Bazemore and Washington. (1995). Charting the Future for the Juvenile Justice System: Reinventing Mission and
Management. Spectrum, The Journal of State Government. 68 (2): 51-66.
. Balanced and Restorative Justice for Juveniles 36 Community Protection Roles. A priority for juvenile justice practice aimed at enhancing public
safety in the Balanced and Restorative model is to collaborate with and assist local police and
other community agencies. An equally important broader commitment is that the juvenile justice
system should be a general resource for promoting more secure and stable communities. Rather
than remain a repository for warehousing youthful offenders or a therapeutic agency concerned
only with individualized casework treatment, the system should focus on helping schools,
families and other community organizations learn to resolve conflict peacefully and to manage
and reduce the risk to safety presented by some young persons.
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