Free Online Training Assessment Tool The purpose of this instrument is to provide an online assessment tool and resource guide to improve the quality of learning and performance in the juvenile justice field. Research tells us that in juvenile justice, staff perception of the amount and quality of training they receive is closely related to …
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Enrichment Art programming has a lot to offer. Youth in Custody at the Youth Treatment Center and the Juvenile Detention Center in Toledo, Ohio met with the following artists as part of the art programming enrichment activities scheduled through the Art Integrated Math Program: Julie Webster, ceramic artist, business owner, instructor Tom Lingamen, sculptor, university …
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Why Art? Blog X Learning in Detention Throughout this blog I have indicated how impressed we are with the dedication, attention to detail, cooperation and enthusiasm of the youth in the art classes. They give us their best effort every class with few exceptions. We are also impressed with the progress they make in the …
The Journal of Applied Juvenile Justice Services (JAJJS), a refereed, multi-disciplinary publication dedicated to critically examining a wide variety of topics related to juvenile justice.
The Institute of Applied Juvenile Justice Services (IAJJS) is the research, applied science, and training arm of NPJS.