This category is for sites that provide information on juvenile justice, including juvenile law and procedure.
Information about juvenile justice issues and advocacy. Includes a special section devoted to the issue of capital punishment, as well as access to publications and juvenile justice-related links.
Articles reviewing the first 100 years of juvenile courts.
A nonprofit organization made up of governor-appointed advisory groups, providing training and technical assistance related to the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act.
An Urban Institute article examining changes in the juvenile justice system.
Information on the state's juvenile justice system, including research and statistics, and program descriptions.
An explanation of juvenile court law and procedure in Utah. This is an updated version of an article published in the BYU Journal of Public Law.
An organization devoted to developing and advancing a specialized system of education and training for juvenile justice professionals.
A privately-funded research and policy organization which studies the criminal justice system and identifies the best ways to reduce and prevent crime, especially juvenile crime.
A research center providing information on juvenile and family justice systems, for use in improving such systems. Includes a fifty state comparison of juvenile justice systems.
NCJFCJ's site is aimed primarily at judges, but its information and resources on juvenile courts and family courts will interest a broader audience as well.
Developed to build the capacity of the juvenile defense bar and to improve access to counsel and quality of representation for children in the justice system.
Assists state and local jurisdictions in the collection, analysis, and exchange of information on gang-related demographics, legislation, literature, research, and promising program strategies.
Training organization for Tennessee judicial officers and juvenile court staff, and data collection agency.
A non-profit organization whose mission is to reduce society's reliance on the use of incarceration.
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