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Found 3 results for "Shawn Marsh"

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Ten Things Every Juvenile Court Judge Should Know About Trauma and Delinquency

Kristine Buffington, Carly Dierkhising, Shawn Marsh

This report presents ten key concepts to explain how trauma affects youth in the juvenile justice system. Research shows that '...the majority of youth who develop a pattern of delinquent behaviors and experience subsequent juvenile court involvement have faced both serious adversities and traumatic experiences ', and also that '... youth who have multiple exposures to violence or victimization are at higher risk for mental health problems, behavioral problems, substance abuse, and delinquent …


Scare Tactic Interventions: What Happened to "First, Do No Harm"?

Shawn Marsh, Melissa Sickmund

The authors discuss the unwarranted support for "Scared Straight!" types of delinquency prevention or intervention programs. This article appeared in the Spring 2011 issue of Juvenile and Family Justice Today.


School Pathways to the Juvenile Justice System Project: A Practice Guide

Teri Deal, Cheri Ely, Mimari Hall, Shawn Marsh, Wendy Schiller, Logan Yelderman

This practice guide provides thorough and thoughtful guidance on implementing judicially led collaborations to address “school pathways to the juvenile justice system.” It is the product of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges’ School Pathways to the Juvenile Justice System Project. This project is providing technical assistance from experts in the field of juvenile justice and supportive school discipline to 16 demonstration sites across the country interested in developing multi-system, judicially …

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