Academic journal article Judicature

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Academic journal article Judicature

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Mark W. Lipsey, et al., Improving the Effectiveness of Juvenile Justice Programs: ? New Perspective on Evidence-Based Practice. Georgetown Public Policy Institute's Center for Juvenile Justice Reform. 2010. This paper provides an overview of a tool that can help measure the effectiveness of existing juvenile justice programs and determine how they can be improved. It embeds this tool within "The Comprehensive Strategy for Serious, Violent and Chronic Offenders" to support a full continuum of effective programming and ensure youth are matched to programs that meet their needs and level of risk. Overall, the tool is designed to help states implement evidence-based treatment programs that reduce recidivism. The paper and related materials are available at cjjr. georgetown.edu.

21st Century Civil Justice System: A Rfjadmap for Reform, Measuring Innovation. The National Center for State Courts and the University of Denver's Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System (IAALS) have collaborated on an approach for courts to use in evaluating the effectiveness of civil-rules reforms that are designed to address issues of cost, timeliness, and access to civil justice. …

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