This brief presents the research case for significantly expanding the use of diversion in the juvenile justice system.
This paper discusses the considerations, challenges, and implications of treating diverse populations (by race, age, ability, and other factors) in any of the varied crisis settings.
This brief offers best practice considerations for achieving a paradigm shift in our child and adolescent crisis system, away from a reactive and fragmented approach toward a full continuum of supports and services, built on the collaboration of child-serving systems and leveraging current technology.
Hundreds of thousands of young people are locked away every year in the nation’s 591 secure detention centers. This policy brief looks at the consequences of detention on young people, their families, and communities.
A Diversion Toolkit for Communities was created for organizations interested in building pre-charge restorative justice diversion (RJD) programs.