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Brought to you by The American Public Safety Training Institute (TAPSTI), this 2 hour series will be dealing with the issues of Youth Delinquency and Violence. This is part 3 of a 3 part series on Youth Violence at TAPSTI located at www.tapsti.org. Please feel free to call in at 323-693-3340. We have room for guests on the show! Email email@example.com if you would like to be a guest! Thanks for listening.
Brought to you by The American Public Safety Training Institute (TAPSTI), this 2 hour series will be dealing with the issues of Youth Delinquency and Violence. This is part 2 of a 3 part series on Youth Violence at TAPSTI located at www.tapsti.org. Please feel free to call in at 323-693-3340. We have room for guests on the show! Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to be a guest! Thanks for listening.
Brought to you by The American Public Safety Training Institute (TAPSTI), this 2 hour series will be dealing with the issues of Youth Delinquency and Violence. This is part 1 of a 3 part series on Youth Violence at TAPSTI located at www.tapsti.org.
We have two guests for this show! First we have Dr. Bonita Strait, owner of Planting Seeds Consulting Services who will be addressing "Unmasking the Needs of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Foster Youth" and youth in general. We will be discussing the Cass Theory about the youth, the challenges they face and why they chose delinquency, and then what we can do to assist them through their delinquency into socially acceptable behaviors.
Our second guest is Gary Dubose, Court Program Administrator for Clayton County, GA who will discuss with us how his court decides to handle delinquency cases and what programs they have put in place to better manage this population.
This will be a packed show! Please feel free to call in at 323-693-3340. We have room for guests on the show! Email email@example.com if you would like to be a guest!
Thanks for listening!
Are You The Problem With Your Pastor?
Bishop Eddie Long Church is still going strong after all those scandals. Today we will talk about members who stay with their pastor no matter what.
Today we will talk about if all of the scandals are casing you to become embarrassed to call yourself a Christian? Also we would like to discuss at what point is it a rumor and at what point does the church deserve to know. Many molestation incidents started as rumors but the congregations are encouraged not to discuss them openly. Today we will talk about all of these topics and more on The Church Folk Revolution Radio.
The concept of whether one is competent to stand trial is commonly understood as applied to adults in criminal court proceedings. When it comes to kids who face delinquency petitions, the concept because less clear due in part to the issue of age but also due to mental illness, intellectual disabilities, and developmental immaturity. All these factors can impact juvenile competency and the ability to "restore" a child to competency in a time frame that falls within the juvenile court's jurisdiction. As research continues to emerge about youth, their development, and elements that contribute to delinquency, states are responding by creating or amending competency tests or standards for juvenile courts to use. On this episode, guests will discuss trends across the United States and will share lessons learned around the development and implementation of competency standards for delinquency proceedings in juvenile court. Guests: Doug Althauser, Attorney, Douglas Althauser Law Kimberly Larson, Assistant Professor, University of Massachusetts Medical School Anne Teigen, Senior Policy Specialist, National Conference of State Legislatures
The U.S. Supreme Court has recognized that adolescents are different than adults. It would seem to follow then that youth are treated as such under the law, including when they are involved in the juvenile and criminal justice systems. Yet, issues persist. Kids sit in our prisons facing life without parole sentences for crimes they committed before they were 18. Kids are being tried as adults. Many youth move through these systems unrepresented by legal counsel and if placed in correctional facilities are not provided with the type of treatment and programming for their rehabilitation. This show will explore how states across the country are interpreting the Supreme Court decisions and highlight trends in policy and practice when it comes to fair sentencing, Guests will also share their thoughts on what a fair and effective system looks like that best serves youth and public from national, state and personal perspectives. Guests:
Naoka Carey, Executive Director, Citizens for Juvenile Justice; Sharletta C. Evans, Founder, Red Cross Blue Shield Gang Prevention and Mother of Child Killed by Gun Violence;
Jody Kent Lavy, Director and National Coordinator, The Campaign for the Fair Sentencing of Youth; and Xavier McElrath-Bey,
A need for a closer examination of girls in the juvenile justice system has occurred due to increased arrest rates during the past two decades. Research has shown that to address girls’ delinquency requires gender-responsive approaches. The National Council on Crime and Delinquency heeded that call and created the Center for Girls and Young Women (Center). Guided by the courageous life experiences of girls and young women in the juvenile and child welfare systems, the C
Merrell Merricks was born in New Orleans, La. to Gilbert and Bettye Merricks. The second of four boys, he was raised in the New Orleans lower ninth ward by his grandparents. His grandmother Rev Ida Mae Youngblood introduced him to God at an early age. Mr. Merricks obtained a Bachelor & Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Southern University at New Orleans. Merrell joined the military where he served in Operation Desert Storm. In 1997, Merrell joined the New Orleans Police Department where he is presently employed. He has also served as a patrolman, auto theft investigator & a school resource officer during his 20+ years in law enforcement. Mr. Merricks’ blessing was assisting families whom he helped evacuate the city during Hurricane Katrina with now returning back to their homes. Detective Merricks returned to the New Orleans Police Department where he is currently assigned to the Department’s Special Victim Section. He serves as a Cold Case Detective for the Sex Crimes Unit as well as a Child Abuse Investigator. He implemented a program called “Teen Sex and The Law” where he educates today’s teens with laws associated with sexual assaults. His purpose and passion is to prevent young adults from becoming casualties of the criminal justice system. Detective Merricks has had extensive training in the field of Child Abuse and Sexual Assault Investigation. He has attended numerous training sessions with the U.S Dept of Justice, The Center for Missing and Exploited Children, The National Children Advocacy Center, The Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention He is the father of a beautiful teenage daughter Torre Merricks.
Tribal Youth and Juvenile Justice: Promoting Resiliency, Youth Engagement, and Delinquency Prevention
American Indiana and Alaska Native (AI/AN) children and youth have historically been overrepresented in systems, including the juvenile justice system. This has severely impacted AI/AN youth and also the tribal communities’ ability to provide resources and services to tribal youth and their families. Stephanie Autumn and Gerry RainingBird from the Education Development Center, Tribal Programs join this episode of Spotlight on Youth to provide an overview of the demographics of tribal youth at risk for or involved in delinquency matters, discuss the unique risk and protective factors, and share promising practices in prevention and intervention. Guests will also explore the complexities of juvenile justice reform in tribal communities as complicated by the potential multiple jurisdictional issues and the distinct traditions of each tribe.
Adolescents that move between the child welfare and juvenile justice systems, or are known to both concurrently are referred to as crossover youth. Crossover youth often enter the juvenile justice system at younger ages than other youth, have been traumatized by maltreatment, have higher rates of detention and incarceration than other youth charged with similar offenses, and frequently experience academic failure and homelessness. This recognition has lead to a greater understanding of the complex and significant individual and systemic issues they face -- and the fact that they require ongoing services and a coordinated systems response. The Crossover Youth Practice Model (CYPM) was developed by the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform at Georgetown University's Public Policy Institute in collaboration with Casey Family Programs. By infusing both research and practice, the CYPM helps systems strengthen their organizational structure and improve responses that directly affect the outcomes for crossover youth. On this episode, guests will discuss the issue of crossover youth and explore CYPM's approach. Representatives from two jurisdictions, Travis County, Texas and Marion County, Oregon, will also be joining the show to share how they have implemented the model and its impact to date.
Guests: Shay Bilchik, Director, Center for Juvenile Justice Reform, Georgetown Public Policy Institute; Estela P. Medina, Chief Juvenile Probation Officer, Travis County; Joan Oliver, Probation Officer, Marion County Juvenile Court; and Jason Walling, Child Welfare Systems Innovation Program Manager, Marion County
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