The Resource Incarcerated youth transitioning back to the community : international perspectives, Sue C. O'Neill, editor

Incarcerated youth transitioning back to the community : international perspectives, Sue C. O'Neill, editor

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Incarcerated youth transitioning back to the community : international perspectives
Title
Incarcerated youth transitioning back to the community
Title remainder
international perspectives
Statement of responsibility
Sue C. O'Neill, editor
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Editor
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Language
eng
Summary
This book offers a broad overview of transition practices for incarcerated youth, shaped by local culture, politics, ideologies, and philosophies. It highlights the similarities and differences in international approaches, as well as promising practices. The book is divided into two sections: Section One presents a synthesis of the current research on essential areas shown to promote successful transitions for incarcerated youth, using the Taxonomy for Transition Programming 2.0 as a cohesive framework, Section Two focuses on national perspectives on topical issues impacting local transition practices and/or policy. It provides information pertaining to the respective countries and a summary of key facets of their juvenile justice system, including successful or promising approaches and programs used in transition. This book benefits academics and researchers from a broad range of fields, policy makers and leadership teams from various agencies, associations, and government departments with an interest in juvenile and youth justice, social work, and special education courses on transition planning.--
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no index present
LC call number
HV9069
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non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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O'Neill, Sue C.
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  • Juvenile delinquents
  • Teenagers with social disabilities
  • Problem youth
  • SOCIAL SCIENCE / Criminology
  • Juvenile delinquents
  • Problem youth
  • Teenagers with social disabilities
Label
Incarcerated youth transitioning back to the community : international perspectives, Sue C. O'Neill, editor
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Publication
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Contents; Editor and Contributors; 1 Introduction; References; The Taxonomy of Transition Programming 2.0 as Applied to Juvenile Justice Transition Planning and Processes; 2 Transitions intheLives ofIncarcerated Youth; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Vulnerabilities andNeeds; 2.3 Transitions into, Through, andOut ofSecure Care; 2.4 Transitioning Back totheCommunity; 2.5 The Right toTransition Development andSupport; 2.6 Contemporary Reentry, Transition, andAftercare Programs; 2.7 Rationale fortheUse oftheTaxonomy ofTransition Programming 2.0; 2.8 Conclusion; References
  • 3 The Taxonomy forTransition Programming 2.0 asApplied toYouth intheJuvenile Justice System3.1 Origins oftheTaxonomy forTransition Programming; 3.2 Taxonomy forTransition Programming 2.0; 3.3 Five Areas ofPractices; 3.4 Youth-Focused Planning; 3.5 Youth Development; 3.6 Interagency Collaboration; 3.7 Family Engagement; 3.8 Program Structures; 3.9 Conclusion; References; 4 Involvement oftheYoung Person inTransition Planning; 4.1 Rationale forYouth-Focused Transition Planning; 4.2 Review ofLegislation; 4.3 Effective Practice; 4.4 Improved Outcomes
  • 4.5 Youth-Focused Transition Planning4.6 Review ofYouth-Focused Planning Literature; 4.7 Strategies forPromoting Youth-Focused Planning inJJ Transition; 4.8 JJ Transition Projects thatPromote Youth-Focused Planning; 4.9 Youth Development; 4.10 Practices thatPromote Youth Development inTransition; 4.11 Practices thatPromote Youth Development inJJ Transition; 4.12 Conclusion; References; 5 The Role ofFamily inSupporting Incarcerated Youth Transitioning fromtheJuvenile Justice System Back intotheCommunity; 5.1 Introduction
  • 5.2 Assisting Families inSupporting Incarcerated Youth Returning totheCommunity5.3 Frameworks andModels ofFamily Involvement forYouth Involved intheJuvenile Justice System; 5.4 Family Involvement Across theFour Stages ofTransition; 5.5 Conclusion; References; 6 Supporting theTransition ofIncarcerated Youth Back totheCommunity: AMulti-systemic Wraparound Approach; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Using theTaxonomy forTransition Planning 2.0 toGuide aWraparound Approach; 6.3 Using Program Structures toDevelop Elements ofanEffective Wraparound System; 6.4 Conceptual Framework
  • 6.5 Other Frameworks, Guides, andModels6.6 Conclusion; References; International Perspectives on Transition Planning and Supports; 7 Transitions fromBehind theFence totheCommunity: The Australian Experience; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Australia's Juvenile Justice System; 7.3 Rate ofInvolvement intheJuvenile Justice System; 7.4 State Laws, Policy, orGuidelines forTransition orAftercare Support; 7.5 How Juvenile Justice Systems Are Meeting theTransition Needs ofIncarcerated Youth; 7.6 Indigenous Overrepresentation intheJuvenile Justice System
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1 online resource
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online
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9789811307522
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computer
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rdamedia
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SpringerLink
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  • (OCoLC)1047959668
  • (OCoLC)on1047959668
Label
Incarcerated youth transitioning back to the community : international perspectives, Sue C. O'Neill, editor
Publication
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Intro; Contents; Editor and Contributors; 1 Introduction; References; The Taxonomy of Transition Programming 2.0 as Applied to Juvenile Justice Transition Planning and Processes; 2 Transitions intheLives ofIncarcerated Youth; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Vulnerabilities andNeeds; 2.3 Transitions into, Through, andOut ofSecure Care; 2.4 Transitioning Back totheCommunity; 2.5 The Right toTransition Development andSupport; 2.6 Contemporary Reentry, Transition, andAftercare Programs; 2.7 Rationale fortheUse oftheTaxonomy ofTransition Programming 2.0; 2.8 Conclusion; References
  • 3 The Taxonomy forTransition Programming 2.0 asApplied toYouth intheJuvenile Justice System3.1 Origins oftheTaxonomy forTransition Programming; 3.2 Taxonomy forTransition Programming 2.0; 3.3 Five Areas ofPractices; 3.4 Youth-Focused Planning; 3.5 Youth Development; 3.6 Interagency Collaboration; 3.7 Family Engagement; 3.8 Program Structures; 3.9 Conclusion; References; 4 Involvement oftheYoung Person inTransition Planning; 4.1 Rationale forYouth-Focused Transition Planning; 4.2 Review ofLegislation; 4.3 Effective Practice; 4.4 Improved Outcomes
  • 4.5 Youth-Focused Transition Planning4.6 Review ofYouth-Focused Planning Literature; 4.7 Strategies forPromoting Youth-Focused Planning inJJ Transition; 4.8 JJ Transition Projects thatPromote Youth-Focused Planning; 4.9 Youth Development; 4.10 Practices thatPromote Youth Development inTransition; 4.11 Practices thatPromote Youth Development inJJ Transition; 4.12 Conclusion; References; 5 The Role ofFamily inSupporting Incarcerated Youth Transitioning fromtheJuvenile Justice System Back intotheCommunity; 5.1 Introduction
  • 5.2 Assisting Families inSupporting Incarcerated Youth Returning totheCommunity5.3 Frameworks andModels ofFamily Involvement forYouth Involved intheJuvenile Justice System; 5.4 Family Involvement Across theFour Stages ofTransition; 5.5 Conclusion; References; 6 Supporting theTransition ofIncarcerated Youth Back totheCommunity: AMulti-systemic Wraparound Approach; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Using theTaxonomy forTransition Planning 2.0 toGuide aWraparound Approach; 6.3 Using Program Structures toDevelop Elements ofanEffective Wraparound System; 6.4 Conceptual Framework
  • 6.5 Other Frameworks, Guides, andModels6.6 Conclusion; References; International Perspectives on Transition Planning and Supports; 7 Transitions fromBehind theFence totheCommunity: The Australian Experience; 7.1 Introduction; 7.2 Australia's Juvenile Justice System; 7.3 Rate ofInvolvement intheJuvenile Justice System; 7.4 State Laws, Policy, orGuidelines forTransition orAftercare Support; 7.5 How Juvenile Justice Systems Are Meeting theTransition Needs ofIncarcerated Youth; 7.6 Indigenous Overrepresentation intheJuvenile Justice System
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
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unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789811307522
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Note
SpringerLink
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (OCoLC)1047959668
  • (OCoLC)on1047959668

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