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Found 37 results for "Gregory Halemba"

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2000 

A Study of the Quality of Purchased Legal Assistance for Children in Maryland

Patrick Griffin, Gregory Halemba

This report was published in 2000 by the National Center for Juvenile Justice (NCJJ) and offers the final report of a study on the quality of purchased legal assistance for Maryland children. NCJJ's research on this began when the Maryland Judiciary's Foster Care Court Improvement Project (FCCIP) commissioned them to study Maryland's method of obtaining legal assistance for children involved in the Children in Need of Assistance (CINA) and Termination of Parental Rights (TPR) …

2002 

Allegheny County Juvenile Court Hearing Officers Project: Final Report

Hunter Hurst IV, Gregory Halemba

This document, published in October 2002 by the National Center for Juvenile Justice, offers the final report of the Allegheny County Juvenile Court Hearing Officers Project. According to the authors' introduction, 'Since 1998, a large infusion of judicial resources have helped the Allegheny County Juvenile Court gradually gain control of its dependency workload - to the extent the juvenile court currently sets some precedents for other urban courts in Pennsylvania to follow. This …

2001 

An Assessment of the Nevada Juvenile Justice System: Final Report

Gene Siegel, James Riggs, Gregory Halemba, Lynn Ryan-MacKenzie

This report highlights the positive accomplishments and ongoing challenges faced by Nevada's policy makers and professionals involved in juvenile justice, and includes specific recommendations for the future. Sections of the document offer findings and recommendations in the following areas: 1) Youth incarceration practices; 2) Overcrowding at county detention centers; 3) Commitment and sentencing practices; 4) Intermediate sanctions and interventions; 5) Minority youth in Nevada’s juvenile justice system; 6) Gender-specific programming; 7) Substance abuse programs; …

2001 

An Assessment of the Nevada Juvenile Justice System: Summary of Key Findings and Recommendations

Gene Siegel, James Riggs, Gregory Halemba, Lynn Ryan-MacKenzie

This document summarizes the findings and recommendations from the full final report on this 2001 assessment of the Nevada juvenile justice system, conducted by the National Center for Juvenile Justice.

2001 

Arizona CASA Effectiveness Study

Gregory Halemba, Gene Siegel, Rachel Gunn, Susanna Zawacki, Melanie Bozynski, Megan Black

Published by the National Center for Juvenile Justice (NCJJ), this report is the product of an RFP issued by the Arizona Supreme Court, Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) to study the effectiveness of Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) in Arizona. The CASA cases were examined and compared with non-CASA cases. Five counties were included in the analysis and consisted of looking at: appointments, removals, frequency of volunteer contact with children and others, hearing …

1996 

Arizona Court Improvement Project Final Report

Gregory Halemba, Gene Siegel

This final report presents findings of NCJJ's Arizona Court Improvement Project, which examined AZ's juvenile court handling of abuse and neglect, dependency, and severance cases. The five selected county sites included juvenile courts in Cochise, La Paz, Maricopa and Pima Counties and the General Division of the Superior Court in Coconino County. Research concludes that juvenile courts in the selected counties comply, for the most part, with federal and state statutory requirements in their handling …

2004 

Arizona Dual Jurisdiction Study: Final Report

Gregory Halemba, Gene Siegel, Rachael Lord, Susanna Zawacki

This paper highlights promising court-based practices and programs that have the potential to address the difficult challenges posed by dual jurisdiction cases. It is an initial effort to present what juvenile courts are currently doing or what juvenile courts can do to improve coordination of dual jurisdiction matters.

2002 

Arizona Supreme Court Administrative Office of the Courts, Dependent Children's Services Division: Dually Involved Youth: On-Site Technical Assistance Report

Gene Siegel, Gregory Halemba

The authors were invited to review Arizona's handling of dually-involved youth. This report summarizes their impressions, and provides recommendations for further analysis and incremental improvements in efforts to effectively serve juveniles involved in both components of Arizona's juvenile court system.

2004 

Automated Case Tracking of Dependency Matters

Gregory Halemba

This report discusses Ohio's juvenile courts' need to improve their tracking tools for dependency matters/caseloads. The article also touches on why it can be expensive or difficult for juvenile courts to modify automated systems that are already in place, and to develop new programs that can better track dependency cases.This bulletin is a quarterly publication that refers to a constellation of activities jointly administered by the Supreme Court of Ohio and the Ohio Department of …

1995 

Characteristics of a "Pilot" Management Information System to Track the Processing of Dependency Case Filings in Juvenile and Family Courts

Gregory Halemba

This report provides a brief overview of system requirements and a detailed discussion of system characteristics and functions that are essential to the juvenile/family court's tracking and management of dependency case processing. The system allows users to access information on a variety of issues including: siblings and family units; multiple children named as victims; termination of parental rights; pre-filing voluntary and pre-disposition interim placement; reasonable efforts; legal status expiration dates; and other statistical information.

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