JM 791.705 - Spec. Topics: The Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative (JDAI)(April 3rd to May 14th, 2006), 1 credit
(JM 791.705)

To demonstrate that jurisdictions can establish more effective and efficient systems to accomplish the purposes of juvenile detention, the Annie E. Casey Foundation established the Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative (JDAI) in 1992. The objectives of JDAI are to reduce the number of children unnecessarily or inappropriately detained; to minimize the number of youth who fail to appear in court or reoffend pending adjudication; to redirect public funds toward successful reform strategies; and to improve conditions of confinement.

 Course Offered: April 3rd, 2006 to May 15th, 2006


 
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University of Nevada, Reno | Mail Stop 311 | Reno, NV 89557
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