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Found 5 results for "Imogene Montgomery"

 YearTitle  
1996 

State Juvenile Justice Commissions and Special Task Forces Convened, 1991-1996

Imogene Montgomery

This is a display in tabular format of state-level juvenile justice commissions and task forces active between 1991 and 1996, showing their publications, describing their focus, and listing contact names and organizations.

2000 

Screening at Intake for Related Family Cases

Gregory Halemba, Hunter Hurst IV, Imogene Montgomery

This bulletin reports on a study of delinquency and dependency cases in several Ohio counties to determine the level of court involvement of adult family members.

2000 

Mentally Ill Juvenile Offenders

Imogene Montgomery

This report gives a brief background on providing services to mentally ill juvenile offenders, listing recent references, resource centers, and programs.

1996 

Juvenile Court and Juvenile Justice System Reform: An Annotated Bibliography

Patricia Torbet, Imogene Montgomery

The first section of this annotated bibliography provides abstracts and additional references on recent articles addressing juvenile court and juvenile justice system reform. The second section summarizes the positions advanced by selected organizations and foundations, and the final section provides abstracts of selected State task force and commission responses to juvenile justice reform. These reports are included not only to demonstrate the diversity of opinion that has emerged from state planning efforts, but …

2000 

Girls in the Juvenile Justice System

Imogene Montgomery

This document summarizes resources on girls in the juvenile justice system, as of 1998. Recent research has emphasized how girls are different from boys and what we can do to come up with gender-specific strategies towards prevention and intervention.

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