Jill Adams joined CJJR as Program Manager in March 2014. In her current role as Senior Research Fellow she ...Read more
Suzanne Dhere joined CJJR in March 2014 as a Project Coordinator....Read more
Amber Farn joined CJJR as a Project Coordinator in April 2015. In her current role as Research Associate, she manages CJJR's Certificate Program Capstone Projects and Fellows Network, with a focus on the analysis of Capstone Project impact evaluations....Read more
The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform supports the development of leaders in juvenile justice and related systems of care through our Certificate Programs. We help them achieve better outcomes for the young people in their care by assisting in the implementation or improvement of a diverse range of juvenile justice reform initiatives that address racial disparities and disproportionality, multi-system collaboration, social service improvement, statutory and court reform, and many other issues. The leaders we train come from across the United States and all over the world, including American Samoa, Australia, Bolivia, Canada, Cameroon, Puerto Rico, Red Lake Nation, St. Lucia, and Thailand.
This program is designed to provide school and district staff, court professionals, law enforcement, and other child-serving community leaders with the knowledge and understanding necessary to address the immediate and long term needs of students known to, or at risk of entering, the juvenile justice system....Read more
This program is designed to help juvenile justice, child welfare, and other system partners target and improve outcomes for at-risk LGBTQ youth. The program will focus on the particular challenges faced by LGBTQ youth in child-serving systems (including juvenile justice, child welfare, education and behavioral health) as ...Read more
This program is designed to support local jurisdictions in their efforts to reduce racial and ethnic disparities in their juvenile justice systems. It seeks to reduce over-representation of youth of color in the juvenile justice system, disparate treatment of youth of ...Read more