Found 36 results for "Patricia Torbet"
Plan for a State-Wide Juvenile Court Reporting System in Ohio - Recommendations of the Juvenile Data Definition Task Force
Gregory Halemba, Patricia Torbet
This booklet describes a plan developed by a task force for a state wide Juvenile Court Reporting System in Ohio. This plan was developed over seven months and four meetings with the assistance of the National Center for Juvenile Justice under a contract with the Supreme Court of Ohio. This plan 1) identifies the need for a system 2) provides an overview of the proposed state-wide reporting system 3) describes the pilot effort.
(Original) Desktop Guide to Good Juvenile Probation Practice
Patricia Torbet, Melissa Sickmund
A widely influential desk reference and training resource, distributed to juvenile probation departments in virtually every county in America, it has served the field well as a comprehensive treatment of theory and practice of juvenile probation, a handy collection of standards and best practice information, and a text and starting point for a widely used fundamental skills training curriculum. The overview of the juvenile justice system presents a brief history of the juvenile justice system and …
Street Gangs: A Review of the Research
A brief summary of research findings to assist juvenile justice practitioners in their decision making on street gangs.
A Special Report on Juvenile Crack Dealers
This monograph specifically addresses the ramification of street level dealing of crack by young inner-city males. It also addresses some of the issues facing juvenile courts and probation departments with respect to this problem.
Design Principles for Juvenile Court Information Systems
Poorly designed information systems do not improve by application of new technology; they only produce information of little utility more rapidly. Effective information systems begin with good design. This document presents a design that juvenile courts can use to guide the development of an information system that serves the court's operational, management information and research needs, and that also addresses the state court's need for juvenile court information.
Functional Requirements for an Automated Case Tracking and Management Information System in the 26th Judicial District Juvenile Court
Patricia Torbet, Howard Snyder
Under an OJJDP grant, the National Center for Juvenile Justice (NCJJ) offered technical assistance on the functional requirements for an automated case tracking and management information system for the 26th Judicial District Juvenile Court (Mecklenburg County, North Carolina.) The system was recommended to address problems such as pre-trial delays, and to provide efficiencies in many other areas of juvenile court management.