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DYS Juvenile Justice Reform in Arkansas

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The primary purpose of the Juvenile Justice Reform In Arkansas Building a Better Future for Youth, their Families, and the Community Report is to underscore the urgent need to reform Arkansas’s costly juvenile justice system.  It explains how the system works, and profiles the demographics of committed youth.  It is also intended to serve as a conceptual framework to assist DYS and stakeholders in Arkansas in building a reform plan.  This report was prepared in collaboration with DYS, Pat Arthur and Tim Roche and funded through a generous grant from the JEHT Foundation. 

The primary purpose of the DYS Comprehensive Juvenile Justice Reform Plan 2009-2014 Report is outline the mission, vision, and values of the DYS five-year comprehensive strategic plan that will revolutionize the juvenile justice system in Arkansas.
  
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DYS Comprehensive Juvenile Justice Reform Plan 2009-2014.pdf
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3/10/2010 12:01 PMDawn Zekis (DHS/OPP)
Juvenile Justice Reform in Arkansas-Building a Better Future for Youth, their Families, and the Community.pdf
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9/26/2008 5:40 PMDawn Zekis (DHS/OPP)