This guide by the National Gang Center and Institute for Intergovernmental Research provides law enforcement with an overview of the OJJDP Comprehensive Gang Model.
This technical assistance brief provides recommendations for successful family engagement within a juvenile drug treatment court program.
.This website guides local leaders and stakeholders through the process of establishing a School Responder Mode (SRM).
“Engaging Families in the Justice System” is a web-based training developed by OJJDP and the National Center for Youth in Custody.
This literature review provides an overview of child labor trafficking.
This resource describes research-based guidelines for juvenile drug treatment courts that serve youth with substance use disorders who come into contact with the juvenile justice system.
This revised policy informs states about what they must submit to demonstrate compliance with the four core requirements of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act, and to receive Formula Grant awards administered by OJJDP.
This packet provides checklists, guidance, resources, and templates of commonly required documents to help justice-impacted youth prepare for their future after leaving a facility.
This report addresses the lack of access to qualified defense counsel for youth throughout the juvenile justice process.
This report highlights the significant steps that the 22 federal agency members of WH-LAIR have taken to integrate civil legal aid into programs designed to serve low-income and vulnerable people.
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