Evaluation of Pennsylvania's School-Based Probation Program

Publication year: 2001  |  Cataloged on: Jul 19, 2011

This report describes the results of NCJJ's process evaluation of school-based probation in Pennsylvania, conducted at the request of the Juvenile Court Judges' Commission. The evaluation was designed to determine 1) the overall satisfaction of key participants in school-based probation; 2) participants' views of the effectiveness of the program in meetings its objectives; 3)the availability of data for measuring performance in meeting program objectives; 4) the degree of program compliance with JCJC standards; 5) the consistency of perceptions of the duties/roles of school-based probation officers; and 6) the program's overall strengths and weaknesses. [MORELINK]

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