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Workload measurement for juvenile justice system personnel

Hunter Hurst

Workload measurement for juvenile justice system personnel

practices and needs

by Hunter Hurst

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grants Program in [Washington, DC] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Juvenile courts -- Employees -- Workload -- United States.,
  • Juvenile justice, Administration of -- Employees -- Workload -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementHunter Hurst III.
    SeriesJAIBG bulletin
    ContributionsJuvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grants Program (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination7 p. ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17702650M

    Improving the Effectiveness of Juvenile Justice Programs: A New Perspective on Evidence-Based Practice 1 Preface As a society we want our children to be healthy, safe, happy, fulfilled, and connected to others in a loving, positive manner—and as parents we do whatever we can to ensure those outcomes for our children. Those who. This book is dedicated to our daughters, Kristin Polatty, Nicole Schmalleger, CHAPTER 2 Measurement and Nature of Delinquency 26 PART 2 The Causes of Delinquency CHAPTER 3 Individual Causes of Delinquency 48 CHAPTER 4 Social Theories of Delinquency 76 PART 4 The Juvenile Justice System. United States.

    Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The period of time from it saw the juvenile justice system become more like the adult system in the processing of juvenile delinquents. Crime Control Era Time starting in the s that was known for a concern about the rise in drug use, gun possession, and drug sales (particularly crack cocaine) among juveniles.

    This bulletin examines the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention's Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grants (JAIBG) program, which asserts that juvenile offenders should be held accountable for their crimes as a matter of basic justice and to prevent and deter delinquency. What are risk/needs assessments, what do they measure, and how are they used in probation and parole? Workload - anticipated amount of time each case will demand. What is the role of the probation officer in the juvenile justice system.


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Workload measurement for juvenile justice system personnel by Hunter Hurst Download PDF EPUB FB2

The topic of the bulletin is approaches to measuring juvenile justice system personnel requirements. The author provides background to the issue and examples of current workload measurement Learn more.

Aug 11,  · The author indicates that workload measurement skills need to be enhanced to maximize society's return on its investment in juvenile court resources.

37 references Date Created: August 11, Download Document(s). current workload burdens of various juvenile justice system participants and forecasting future personnel needs for the system.

Accordingly, this Bulletin provides perspective on workload measurement for judges, court-appointed defenders, proba-tion officers, and pretrial services employees and, to the extent possible, identifies “Best Practices.”.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hurst, Hunter. Workload measurement for juvenile justice system personnel. Washington, DC: U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Juvenile.

A New Method of Assessing Judicial Workload in Juvenile Dependency Cases Article in Juvenile and Family Court Journal 64(2) · March with 83 Reads How we measure 'reads'. iii Acknowledgements This manual is the result of a long process to identify and promote the use of global juvenile justice indicators.

This work was initiated at UNICEF, and has been led since. An empirically driven measurement of court workload is essential to the judicial system’s ability to efficiently handle its caseload. By weighting different types of cases to account for variations in complexity and the need for judicial attention, the weighted caseload method of workload assessment.

The Toolkit for Court Performance Measures in Child Abuse and Neglect Cases is the result of this collaborative effort. The Toolkit provides practical, comprehensive guidance on how to undertake performance measurement and move toward more efficient and effective dependency court operations.

Pilot tested in 12 diverse sites, the Toolkit. Criminal justice resources, staffing and workloads In this short assessment the criminal justice system is examined briefly as a whole with an emphasis on the resources available to it before examining the police, courts, prison and probation in turn.

The criminal justice system. The center of the juvenile justice system is the juvenile or family court (Moore and Wakeling, ). In fact, the term juvenile justice is often used synonymously with the juvenile court, but it also may refer to other affiliated institutions in addition to the court, including the police, prosecuting and defense attorneys, probation, juvenile.

Juvenile courts nationwide report that they handled just 36, delinquency cases in involving year-old juveniles charged with drug offenses (Puzzancheraet, Adams, and Sickmund, ). Thus, the juvenile justice system handles roughly 3 percent of all the “actual” year-old drug offenders.

Data Analysis Tools. Easy Access to Juvenile Populations () analysis tool also includes pre-formatted tables describing the demographic characteristics of youth involved in the juvenile justice system and how juvenile courts process these cases.

This application was updated on 4/23/ Juvenile justice reform and the courtroom workgroup: Issues of perception and workload Article in Journal of Criminal Justice 34(4) · February with Reads How we measure 'reads'. JMI helps courts, prosecutors’ offices, and public defenders’ offices understand both their current workload and how to apply the workload in determining staffing needs.

Our approach focuses on not just the caseload—the number of cases per person—but rather the entire workload of a person—both case-related and non-case-related activities. OJJDP's Data Snapshot series is intended to disseminate current research about youth in the juvenile justice system.

Each one-page Snapshot focuses on a specific topic (e.g., arrests of youth, juveniles in residential placement, victims of violence) and highlights policy-relevant findings in a. juvenile justice system, a genuine hunger for evidence about what works, and a willingness to embrace evidence-based policies and programs.

This report aims to consolidate the progress that has been made in both science and policy making and to establish a strong platform for a 21st century juvenile justice system. Juvenile justice reform and the courtroom workgroup: Issues of perception and workload those who believed punishment was an important piece of the juvenile justice system did not perceive that the RAI was significantly different than those who deemed punishment to be of little importance in the juvenile justice system.

FarnworthThe Cited by: Juvenile Justice Indicators Manual 3 The need for indicators When government officials and the institutions making up the juvenile justice system do not have information either about the functioning of the system or the children who are in contact with it, abuse.

After years of observing the justice system that they are now writing about, the authors provide some new ideas to consider for improving the justice system.

In the first essay, the director of the study group, John DiIulio, Jr., proposes a fresh way to understand or interpret the familiar elements in American criminal justice: prisons.

Performance Measurement for Justice Information System Projects Types of Measures This guide and the catalog of examples focuses on those three types of performance measures most useful for measurement of the results of your agency’s project: output, outcome, and efficiency measures:3 Output measures: Any product of a project activity.

Output. Introduction. 1A century ago the system of juvenile justice in the United States began to travelingartsfiesta.com change swept across the nation, with individual states—where most juvenile justice matters are resolved—using similar procedures designed particularly to rehabilitate juveniles, even in Author: Paul Marcus.Feb 01,  · Workload measurement for juvenile justice system personnel: Practices and needs.

Bulletin. Washington, DC: Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency travelingartsfiesta.com by: To better assist juvenile and family court judges and system professionals, the NCJFCJ has developed focus areas for its professional resources that include child abuse and neglect, domestic violence, family law, juvenile justice, mental health, research, military families, technical assistance, and tribal resources.