JDAIconnect is a virtual destination — created by the Casey Foundation — for juvenile justice reformers to talk, find resources and learn. JDAIconnect is available to everyone — practitioners, policymakers, community-based organizations, advocates, youth, families, researchers and any others — who are interested in youth justice. Membership is open to all, whether or not you participate in the Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative®. This online community is free of charge.
How to log on to JDAIconnect
The Casey Foundation's Community Cafe — the home of JDAIconnect and other online communities — employs a sign-on agent, called Okta. This requires all users to register with partners.aecf.org. If you belong to the Foundation's Grantee and Consultant Portal, you already are registered with this site.
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What is JDAIconnect?
“JDAIconnect is a place where everyone working to improve juvenile justice across the country can get resources, share ideas, make friends, get fired up, celebrate successes and perhaps hatch the next great juvenile justice revolution,” said Meghan Guevara, the director of learning at the Pretrial Justice Institute. The Casey Foundation partnered with the Pretrial Justice Institute to develop and manage JDAIconnect.
JDAIconnect users can:
- Reach out to a network of juvenile justice reformers for advice, camaraderie, peer support or inspiration
- Find reports, articles, presentations and other documents on juvenile detention reform or youth justice more broadly
- Access training on demand on subjects such as eliminating systemic racial and ethnic disparities in juvenile justice systems
Already registered with Okta? Visit JDAIconnect