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Volume 5: Research Materials

Louisiana Juvenile Justice Commission, Rhonda
June 4, 2015

Source: (2003) Ad Hoc Advisory Board Reports. Baton Rouge, LA: Juvenile Justice Commission. Downloaded 29 April 2004.

This Report contains the results of several research efforts undertaken, for the most part, by members of the Research Team. Louisiana Statistics compares indicators of child well-being, juvenile justice, child health, education and economic condition in Louisiana to those of the nation. Summary of Findings: Review of Literature on Juvenile Justice provides a summary of findings derived by the Office of Social Service Research & Development of Louisiana State University (LSU-OSSRD) from a review of national and state literature on juvenile justice. Literature Review for Juvenile Justice Commission contains the results of a literature review of state and local efforts to reform juvenile justice in each respective area. Gaps in Services provides a summary of gaps in services in Louisiana. JJC Survey of Gaps in Services, 2002, contains the results of a survey of gaps in services conducted by the Office of the Judicial Administrator of the Supreme Court. Administration of Juvenile Justice in Louisiana contains a Power Point Presentation [that] provided data on juvenile justice statistics, financing, and other aspects of the administration of justice in Louisiana. Estimate of Juvenile Justice: Expenditures in Louisiana in FY 2002 provides two estimates of total juvenile justice expenditures in Louisiana. Comprehensive Strategy Brochure, Survey and Survey Results contains information on the principles of the “Comprehensive Strategy” developed by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) and a copy of the survey instrument used by the Advisory Board of the Louisiana Juvenile Justice Commission to elicit public opinions on the principles of the Comprehensive Strategy. (excerpt)


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