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Georgetown University, site of a certificate program for juvenile justice professionals looking to transform juvenile probation.

Apply Today: Juvenile Probation Certificate Program With Georgetown University

Now through July 26, 2019, applications are being accepted for Transforming Juvenile Probation Certificate Program, a new program supported by the Annie E. Casey Foundation that aims to help teams transform juvenile probation culture and practice.

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In this episode of CaseyCast, Casey Foundation President and CEO Lisa Hamilton interviews juvenile probation expert David Muhammad. Their conversation explores the shortcomings of juvenile probation, the science of youth development and the supports that young people really need to thrive.

Casey has selected 15 juvenile justice agencies to participate in its inaugural Reimagining Juvenile Justice (RJJ) Train-the-Trainer Institute this May. The institute will accelerate the spread of the RJJ curriculum, a six-part professional development opportunity for frontline staff working with youth involved in the juvenile justice system and their families.

JDAI: A Model for Change

Working With Law Enforcement

This guide is a resource-packed playbook for juvenile justice reformers who want to forge effective partnerships with law enforcement agencies. The goal? Help reduce the use of unnecessary detention while improving public safety outcomes at the same time.

Transforming Juvenile Probation is essential to helping kids who get into trouble with the law.

Transforming Juvenile Probation

In this executive summary, the Casey Foundation presents its vision for transforming juvenile probation into a focused intervention that promotes personal growth, positive behavior change and long-term success for youth who pose significant risks for serious offending.

Juvenile justice reformers connect and learn on an online platform called JDAIconnect.

A Virtual Community for Reformers

Since the launching JDAIconnect in 2017, more than 2,500 juvenile justice reformers have joined the fee online community to exchange ideas, find resources and learn from each other. We encourage practitioners, advocates and young people to join today.