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School-to-Court: Local Strategies is an instrument which emphasizes drawing upon local constituents for strategies to reduce school incidents, arrests, and referrals to juvenile court for all youth, but specifically for minority youth. Where possible, there is a desire to hold discussions with audiences that include schools, Juvenile Court Services, and law enforcement. These groups, working together, will produce the most comprehensive and effective results.  

Introduction/Table of Contents
Module One – Disproportionate Minority Contact in a Historical Context
Module Two – The School to Court Process
Module Three – Data and Trends: Iowa and Local
Module Four – Impact on Kids Now and in the Future
Module Five – Current Initiatives to Address Disproportionate Minority Contact in This Community
Module Six – Family and Community Engagement
Module Seven – Sustained Focus to Strengthen Family and School to Court Services
Module Eight – The Challenges of Disproportionate Minority Contact in This Community

School-to-Court: Local Strategies full instrument

For more information regarding “School to Court: Local Strategies”, please contact:
Kathy Nesteby
Division of Criminal & Juvenile Justice Planning
515-281-6915

 

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