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Law Enforcement’s Leadership Role in the Advancement of Promising Practices in Juvenile Justice: Executive Officer Survey Findings

Published Sep 2, 2013, Prepared by Meghann Casanova, Ryan Daugirda, John Firman, Aviva Kurash and Kate Rhudy, in partnership with Hollander, Cohen & McBride Marketing Research (HCM)

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IACP’s nationwide survey of nearly 1,000 law enforcement executives assessed the current state of attitudes, knowledge and practices regarding how law enforcement agencies deal with juvenile offenders and collaborate with juvenile justice system partners. The report details leadership practices, resources, data collection, collaboration, diversion practices, and law enforcement executives’ perceptions of the juvenile justice system and their ideas for strengthening the role of law enforcement.

Categories: Reforms/Trends

Tags: law enforcement, Law-Enforcement

Uploaded Dec 6, 2013

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