3 edition of Intensive aftercare for high-risk juveniles found in the catalog.
Intensive aftercare for high-risk juveniles
David M Altschuler
1994 by U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention in Washington D.C .
Written in English
|Other titles||Intensive aftercare for high risk juveniles|
|Statement||prepared by David M. Altschuler, Troy L. Armstrong|
|Contributions||Armstrong, Troy L, United States. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
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Intensive Aftercare for High-Risk Juveniles: A Community Care Model Intensive aftercare for high-risk juveniles book Summary Prepared by David M. Altschuler, Ph.D. Principal Research Scientist The Johns Hopkins University Institute for Policy Studies Baltimore, Maryland Troy L.
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Intensive aftercare for high-risk juveniles: a community care model: program summary. [David M Altschuler; Troy Armstrong; United States. Office. Intensive Intensive aftercare for high-risk juveniles book for High-Risk Juveniles: Policies and Procedures Program Summary John J.
Wilson, Acting Administrator Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention September Prepared by David M. Altschuler, Ph.D.
Principal Research Scientist The Johns Hopkins University Institute for Policy Studies Baltimore, Maryland Troy L File Size: KB. Intensive Aftercare for High-Risk Juveniles: A Community Care Model This summary reports the interim results of OJJDP's research and development initiative to assess, test, and disseminate information on intensive aftercare program models that are theory Intensive aftercare for high-risk juveniles book and based on risk assessment.
Intensive aftercare for high-risk juveniles. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention,  (OCoLC) The Intensive Aftercare Program (IAP) was designed to address: (1) identified, need-related risk factors associated with reoffending juveniles; (2) the set of ancillary program services that focus on other needs and problems of high-risk juvenile parolees; and (3) surveillance and monitoring by: Philadelphia (Penn.) Intensive Aftercare Probation Program This program was an intensive alternative reintegration program for high-risk male juveniles who were being released to probation from a juvenile corrections facility.
The program is rated Promising. This program plans for the early release of juveniles and provides greater supervision of juveniles after their release All parolees, medium to low risk parolees, and high risk parolees What populations can be targeted with intensive aftercare supervision.
5 David Altschuler and Intensive aftercare for high-risk juveniles book Armstrong, Intensive Aftercare for High-Risk Juveniles: A Community Care Model, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, September 6 Henry Schmidt III, PhD, and Robert E.
Salsbury III, M.S., Fitting Treatment to Context: Washington State‟s. It is important to note the following: No single risk factor leads a young person to delinquency. Risk factors “do not operate in isolation and typically are cumulative: the more risk factors that [youth] are exposed to, the greater likelihood that they will experience negative outcomes, including delinquency.” 4 When the risk factors a youth is exposed to cross multiple domains, the.
Intensive Intensive aftercare for high-risk juveniles book for High-Risk Juveniles: Policies and Procedures Octo Through the use of examples drawn from data and observation, this Program Summary provides an overview of the structure and function of key program elements and components of the intensive aftercare program model.
Intensive Parole Model for High-Risk Juvenile Offenders Page 1 of 22 Report to the Legislature Report to the Legislature Intensive Parole Model for High-Risk Juvenile Offenders ChapterLaws ofSection 34 RCW (2) Intensive Aftercare for High-Risk Juveniles: A Community Care.
Intensive Aftercare for High-Risk Juveniles: Policies and Procedures OJJDP views this project as one means to assist public and private corrections agencies in developing and implementing aftercare approaches for chronic and serious juvenile offenders who initially require secure confinement.
Intensive Aftercare for High-Risk Juveniles. IAP was a major initiative in aftercare programming during the s and has received considerable national attention.
It addresses a critical problem facing the nation’s juvenile justice system: how to effectively intervene with high-risk, incarcerated juvenile offenders who have demonstrated high recidivism rates andFile Size: 1MB.
2 David Altschuler and Troy Armstrong, Intensive Aftercare for High-Risk Juveniles: A Community Care Model (Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, September ). 3 RCW 4 David M. Altschuler and Troy L. Armstrong, "Intensive Aftercare for. The Violent Offender Treatment Program (VOTP) was developed in the s with the goal of reducing recidivism among juveniles who have committed violent offenses.
VOTP offers 6 months of intensive, therapeutic treatment to juveniles before they are released from a Youth Services Agency (YSA) residential facility. This book addresses the management and administration of juvenile delinquents, including those incarcerated and placed in residential facilities and those maintained in community-based programs and services.
Altschuler, D.M., and T.L. Armstrong. (October). Intensive Aftercare for High-Risk Juveniles: An Assessment. Washington, D.C.: Office. Intensive Aftercare for High-Risk Juveniles: A Community Care Model Altschuler, David M., and Troy L. Armstrong. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.
20 pages. The IAP model is. What is the primary purpose of Intensive Aftercare Programs (IAP). provide intervention for high-risk juvenile offenders after they have been released What do the scientific findings concerning adolescents seem to suggest for juveniles in the criminal justice process.
The aim of this meta-analytic study, including 22 studies and participants, was to examine the effects of aftercare programs on recidivism in juvenile and young adult offenders released from correctional institutions.
The studies had to be (quasi-)experimental, with the control group receiving 'care as usual' or no treatment. Recidivism was measured by re-arrests and/or reconvictions and.
Reentry and aftercare programs attempt to transition and reintegrate formerly incarcerated juveniles back into society. Reentry and aftercare programs are essential to help adjust juveniles back into society and to reduce recidivism rates.
Every year, approximatelyjuveniles are released. Barton, W.H., and J.A. Butts Viable options: Intensive supervision programs for juvenile delinquents.
Crime & Delinquency 36(2): Intensive supervision alternatives for adjudicated juveniles. in Intensive Interventions With High-Risk Youths: Promising Approaches in Juvenile Probation and Parole, T.L. Armstrong, ed. Monsey, NY: Criminal Justice Press.
Thus, intensive aftercare as defined and specified by IAP is designed for high-risk parolees and may well be detrimental to lower-risk offenders. Case Management The four lAP demonstration programs - in Colorado, Nevada, New Jersey and Virginia - have been given flexibility to structure and apply their IAP to correspond to local circumstances.
Intensive Aftercare for High-Risk Juveniles: Policies and Procedures (Summary). 38 pp. NCJ FREE. Explains the underlying principles and program elements of the intensive aftercare program model, which can be applied in a variety of settings. Addresses organizational factors, case management, and program evaluation.
Incorporating the strengths perspective into intensive juvenile aftercare Article in Western Criminology Review 7(2) August with 32 Reads How we measure 'reads'. The Intensive Aftercare Program (IAP) was designed to assist adolescents with their transition from incarceration back into the community (Altschuler & Armstrong, ).
The IAP model consists of five main principles; preparation of juveniles for increased responsibility and freedom, facilitating interaction between the youth and the community Cited by: 9.
On release to the community, the juvenile is under the supervision of a parole (aftercare) officer and must adhere to a set of general rules of parole. Some youth are placed under intensive parole and are given special condition to follow, for example, electronic monitoring or placement in a residential community treatment : Peter C.
Kratcoski, Lucille Dunn Kratcoski, Peter Christopher Kratcoski. Reforming Juvenile Justice: A Developmental Approach. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: / Intensive Aftercare for High-risk Juveniles: A Community Care Model: Program Summary.
Washington, DC: Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. Aftercare programmes may provide the most suitable environment for offenders generally at high risk of recidivism and are probably more effective in predominantly violent samples (James et al.
Introduction—the Editor. OVERVIEW OF JUVENILE INTENSIVE SUPERVISION. Juvenile Intensive Probation Supervision: Theory and Rationale—T.R. Clear. Intensive Aftercare for the High-Risk Juvenile Parolee: Issues and Approaches in Reintegration and Community Supervision—D.M.
Altschuler and T.L. Armstrong. Intervention With Juvenile Offenders: Recent and Long-Term Changes—T.B. Palmer. justice system are at high risk of becoming drug-abusing, criminal adults, (Dembo et al., ), is particularly important to intervene with these youngsters in an intense and effective manner in order to maximize their opportunity to overcome dysfunctional patterns of behavior, adjustFile Size: KB.
Highlights Aftercare following detention has a short-term effect on recidivism in young offenders. Aftercare is most effective if it is well implemented. Individual treatment is more effective than group treatment. Aftercare is most effective if it is aimed at older and high-risk youth.
Starting the program during or after detention did not yield different by: A series of studies on the use of intensive supervision and other highly structured alternatives to incarceration for high-risk juveniles has shown that such programs are at least as effective (and in some cases more so) as traditional incarceration in reducing recidivism and that they cost significantly less than institutionalization.
offenders and target limited resources to juveniles who may need intensive supervision and services (Pew Center on the States ). The risk factors have generally been shown through research to be strongly associated with the likelihood that an individual will recidivate or continue to exhibit problem behavior (Pew Center on the States ).
Juvenile Justice Aftercare program introduced by the United States Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs had introduced intensive aftercare programs for the high risk juveniles.
This model involves the assessment and relevant research on the implementation and operation of aftercare programs based on the juveniles released from.
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Juvenile Probation and. 6 Risk Assessment in Juvenile Justice: A Guidebook for Implementation Executive Summary Some very positive outcomes can come from sound implementation of a comprehensive risk assessment tool in a probation setting.
It can minimize bias in judgments about youths’ risk to public safety and their case management needs. HIGH‐RISK RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS High-Risk Residential Programs Florida Department Of Juvenile Justice Comprehensive Accountability Report N4 Percent Monticello New Life 45 13% 36 80% 0% 53% 6% 22%.
Program and Classes, Prevention/Early Intervention, Family Mediation, Intensive Supervision Pdf, Juvenile Drug Court The Intensive Supervision Program (ISP) deals with the most high-risk youth.
It is the desire of the staff that the youth’s time in this program be productive. Our program goals include.The result of these investments has been the development of an Intensive Aftercare Program (IAP) model.
The IAP model identifies the following five principles for reentry program development. Preparing juveniles for progressively increased responsibility and freedom in the community.more intensive interventions being reserved for ebook cases), criminogenic needs, and responsivity traits (e.g., learning disabilities, mental health, gender).
• Maximize external control and monitoring with extremely high-risk juveniles. Employ techniques such as surveillance, electronic monitoring.