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Found 54 results for "Hunter Hurst"

 Year  Title
1987 

Hunter of Delinquency: Sex and Crime

Hunter Hurst III

The author comments on the sharp increase in crime by young females over the previous 20 years, noting the possibility that the female rate may someday approach that of males.

1992 

Shaping A New Order in the Court, A Sourcebook for Juvenile and Family Court Design

Hunter Hurst III

Provides useful and effective visions for designing juvenile and family court facilities based on existing design literature, perceptions of experienced advisers and consultants and the input of juvenile and family court facilities built in the last decade.

1993 

Policy Alternatives and Current Court Practice in the Special Problem Areas of Jurisdiction Over the Family - Final Report

Linda Szymanski, Theresa Homisak, Hunter Hurst III

Emphasizes the need for urban courts to adopt a process to serve its constituents properly through training, the ability to enforce orders, and personal qualities of the judge who presides over its affairs. [Final Report]

1993 

Organization and Administration of Juvenile Services: Probation, Aftercare, and State Delinquent Institutions

Hunter Hurst IV, Patricia Torbet

One-page profiles for each state and the District of Columbia that present information concerning the court(s) exercising juvenile jurisdiction and the administration of juvenile probation and aftercare services and state institutions for delinquent youth. The document includes national comparisons and a summary of recent changes in the organization/administration of juvenile services in the states.

1993 

Policy Alternatives and Current Court Practice in the Special Problem Areas of Jurisdiction Over the Family: The Curriculum

Linda Szymanski, Theresa Homisak, Hunter Hurst III

This is a training curriculum on coordinating jurisdiction over family matters. It emphasizes the need for urban courts to adopt a process to serve its constituents properly through training, the ability to enforce orders, and personal qualities of the judge who presides over its affairs. [Curriculum]

1994 

Analysis of the Juvenile Probation Officer Initiative Database

Hunter Hurst IV

This document briefly reports some basic information available from the Juvenile Probation Officer Initiative database, including job titles, and staffing and caseload by state.

1996 

Family Courts in the United States (1996)

Hunter Hurst IV

This brief report provides a summary of family court concepts and issues, and contains a map showing the states with a unified family court.

1996 

Family Courts in the United States, 1996: Statute, Court Rule, and Practice Analysis: Technical Assistance Monograph

Hunter Hurst IV, Linda Szymanski

Provides state profiles of family court activity across the country. Limited practice detail is included for jurisdictions where the statutory or court rule evidence for the existence of a 'family court' or a family court initiative is lacking or unclear. In addition, a simple scheme for classifying family court activity across the United States is provided and a one-page national snapshot that features a summary of the issue and a map pictorial are provided.

1997 

Ohio Family Court Feasibility Study: Summary of Major Recommendations

Gregory Halemba, Hunter Hurst IV, Richard Gable

This is a summary of recommendations resulting from a report prepared for the Supreme Court of Ohio. The Family Court Feasibility Study was an in-depth examination of court proceedings in a wide range of family matters over which a 'family court' may assume jurisdiction. Family matters herein are defined as legal proceedings involving delinquency, dependency, divorce and dissolution, child custody, visitation, child support, adoption, guardianship and domestic violence.

1997 

On-Site Technical Assistance Report: Sedgwick County Juvenile Court, Wichita, Kansas

Hunter Hurst III, Doug Thomas

This document reports on the results of a three-day technical assistance site visit and case processing review, conducted by the National Center for Juvenile Justice, to recommend improvements in operations at the Sedgwick County (Wichita), Kansas, Juvenile Court. Recommendations were made involving case processing, docketing, and detention overcrowding.

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