3 Juv. Just. 1 (1996-1997)

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Volume III * Number 1                                          December 1996




FEATURES

Restoring  the Balance: Juvenile and Community   Justice
by Gordon Bazemore and Susan E Day ................................. 3

The balanced and restorative model is a promising new approach to juvenile justice
that focuses on meaningful community involvement as an alternative to the treat-
ment versus punishment paradigm.

Aftercare Not  Afterthought:  Testing the IAP  Mode
by David M. Altschuler and Troy L. Armstrong..............     ............. 15

Has OJJDP's intensive, community-based aftercare initiative helped public and
private correctional agencies transition high-risk juvenile offenders from secure
confinement to the community?

Using  Satellite Teleconferencing
by Michael A. Jones, Bruce 1. Wolford, and F.M. Porpotage II  ................. 23

OJJDP  employs state-of-the-art strategies to train and inform all levels of the juve-
nile justice, child welfare, and law enforcement communities about critical issues
affecting America's youth.


IN   BRIEF


   Reducing Overrepresentation of Minority Youth in Confinement ..................29
   Resolving Conflict                             ........................................... 30

OJ JDP Resources
   State Responses to Serious and Violent Juvenile Crime ........ ..................31
   OJJDP Fact Sheets                              ...........................................32
   Put OJJDP Information To Work for You........................33
   OJJDP Teleconference Videotapes  ................................34


      RDR OR    .   .................................................... ................ 35

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