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A new juvenile justice system : total reform for a broken system /

edited by Nancy E. Dowd ; with a foreword by Charles J. Ogletree, Jr.

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Names: Dowd, Nancy E.,
Published: New York ; London : New York University Press, [2015]
Series: Families, law, and society series.
Topics: Juvenile justice, Administration of - United States. | SOCIAL SCIENCE - Criminology.
Regions: United States.
Genres: Electronic book.
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505 00|tIntroduction: Re-visioning youth justice /|rNancy E. Dowd -- Child well-being: toward a fair and equitable public safety strategy for the new century /|rJames Bell --|tA silent sea change: the deinstitutionalization trend in juvenile justice /|rBart Lubow --|tStarting from a Different Place: The Missouri Model /|rTim Decker --|tDoing Things Differently: Education as a Vehicle for Youth Transformation and Finland as a Model for Juvenile Justice Reform /|rPeter E. Leone --|tDelinquency, Due Process, and Mental Health: Presuming Youth Incompetency /|rDavid R. Katner --|tWhy Should We Treat Juvenile Offenders Differently than Adults? It's Not Because the Pie Isn't Fully Baked! /|rMark R. Fondacaro --|tLost in Translation No More: Marketing Evidence-Based Policies for Reducing Juvenile Crime /|rRichard E. Redding --|tBuilding on Advocacy for Girls and LGBT Youth: a Foundation for Liberatory Laws, Policies, and Services for all youth in the juvenile justice system /|rBarbara Fedders --|tInvest Upstream to Promote the Well-Being of LGBT Youth: Addressing Root Causes of Juvenile System Involvement /|rShannan Wilber --|tCorrecting racial disparities in the juvenile justice system: refining prosecutorial discretion /|rKristin Henning -- Helping Adolescents Succeed: Assuring a Meaningful Right to Counsel /|rCarlos J. Martinez --|tFit to Be T(r)ied: Ending Juvenile Transfers and Reforming the Juvenile Justice System /|rRichard Mora and Mary Christianakis --|tApplying J.D.B. v. North Carolina: Toward Ending Legal Fictions and Adopting Effective Police Questioning of Youth /|rLisa H. Thurau and Sia Henry --|tWhat If Your Child Were the Next One in the Door? Reimagining the Social Safety Net for Children, Families, and Communities /|rWendy A. Bach --|tImmigrant Children: Treating Children as Children, Regardless of Their Legal Status /|rElizabeth M. Frankel --|tCrossover Youth: Youth Should Benefit When the State Is the Parent /|rRobin Rosenberg and Christina L. Spudeas --|tBreaking the School-to-Prison Pipeline: New Models for School Discipline and Community Accountable Schools /|rKaitlin Banner --|tNo More Closed Doors: Ending the Educational Exclusion of Formerly Incarcerated Youth /|rDavid Domenici and Renagh O'Leary --|tCollateral Consequences of Juvenile Court: Boulders on the Road to Good Outcomes /|rSue Burrell.
520 8 |a'A New Juvenile Justice System' aims at nothing less than a complete reform of the existing system: not minor change or even significant overhaul, but the replacement of the existing system with a different vision. The authors in this volume - academics, activists, researchers and those who serve in the existing system - all respond in this collection to the question of what the system should be. Uniformly, they agree that an ideal system should be centered around the principle of child wellbeing and the goal of helping kids to achieve productive lives as citizens and members of their communities.
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