2 Juv. Just. 1 (1994-1995)

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JUSTICE
Volume II * Number 1                                  Spring/Summer 1994




FEATURES

Drugs, Delinquency, and Other Data by Stuart Greenbaum.......   ......... 2
With crime the Nation's number one concern, the implications of an OJJDP study
assume added significance.

Disproportionate Minority Representation:
First Steps to a Solution by Eugene Rhoden .............  ............... 9
Disproportionate minority representation in local juvenile justice systems must be
determined objectively, assessed accurately, and addressed adequately.

Courting Disaster:
Permanency  Planning for Children by PatriciaJ. White............  .......15
When  a juvenile court judge decides whether a child can remain safely with the
family, the decision may have lasting consequences for child and family alike.


IN   BRIEF

Justice Matters
    Disproportionate Minority Representation .......................... 21
    Gould-Wysinger Awards: Recognizing a Job Well Done.....................23

Across Our  Desk
    Anger Management for Youth: Stemming Aggression and Violence ............ 24

OJJDP  Publications
    New Titles Available in the OJJDP Summary Series...................25
    Electronic Bulletin Board Offers Timely Information From OJJDP ............... 25
    A New Resource for Remedies in International Child Abduction Cases .....26

ORDER   FORM             ........................................ ...... 27

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