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Found 37 results for "Gregory Halemba"


Effectively Intervening with Dual Jurisdiction Youth in Ohio

Gregory Halemba, Rachael Lord

This publication reports on a variety of activities jointly administered by the Supreme Court of Ohio and the Ohio Department of Job and Family Services to improve both the interaction between child welfare and judicial systems, and on the effectiveness of intervention in cases involving families where judicial action is required.


Douglas County Separate Juvenile Court (Omaha, Nebraska): JCATS - Omaha Primer

Hunter Hurst IV, Gregory Halemba

This user manual, developed by the National Center for Juvenile Justice, explains how to use a dependency and neglect case tracking system developed for the Douglas County (Omaha, Nebraska) Separate Juvenile Court, called JCATS.


Douglas County Separate Juvenile Court (Omaha, Nebraska) On-Site Technical Assistance Report

Gregory Halemba

This report documents impressions and recommendations from a two-day site technical assistance visit by the National Center for Juvenile Justice to the Douglas County (Omaha, Nebraska) Separate Juvenile Court. The purpose of this visit was to provide technical assistance in four areas including caseload management; generation of caseload statistics; identification of other potential information system enhancements; and assistance in developing job specifications for a new court administrator.


Douglas County Juvenile Court Case Processing Study Final Report

Gregory Halemba

This is the final report on a project, conducted by the National Center for Juvenile Justice, focused on Douglas County (NE) Juvenile Court's handling of delinquency/status and neglect/dependency cases. The authors suggest that the Court should consider instituting a number of changes in the way hearings are scheduled and cases are processed. In all, ten recommendations are discussed in this report.


Doorways to Delinquency: Multi-System Involvement of Delinquent Youth in King County (Seattle, WA)

Gregory Halemba, Gene Siegel

This report highlights findings from a study conducted by NCJJ that examines the prevalence of multi-system involvement among youth referred to the King County Juvenile Court on delinquency matters in 2006. The study found that about two-thirds of all youth referred on a delinquency matter had some form of child welfare involvement and that such involvement is correlated to poorer juvenile justice outcomes including time spent in detention and recidivism. These outcomes, …


Developing Coordinated Local Responses to Address the Needs of Ohio's Aging Population

Gregory Halemba, Hunter Hurst IV

This edition of Children, Families and the Courts: Ohio Bulletin examines a number of issues related to Aging services and providing a seamless cradle to grave family support system in Ohio. The newsletter opens with a summary of Ohio's state summit on Aging and provides examples of county innovations presented at the conference.


Dependency Case Tracking Data Elements

Gregory Halemba

Published in 2003 by the National Center for Juvenile Justice, this report recommends a list of data elements that juvenile and family courts should use to inventory, track and monitor neglect, abuse and dependency cases. Each category provides the data elements, comments or issues to consider, and sample values for designing a case tracking system. The categories include: case identifiers, child/family demographics, addresses, interested parties, petition data, Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA), motions, appeals, …


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.


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 …


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.

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