Spring 2013 Pinkerton Symposium

Spring 2013 Pinkerton Symposium

EVIDENCE-BASED POLICY AND PRACTICE IN YOUTH JUSTICE: WHO WINS, WHO LOSES? With the support of the Pinkerton Foundation, New York, NY April 18, 2013 Keynote Speaker Dr. Khalil Gibran Muhammad Director, Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture John Jay College of Criminal Justice 524 West 59th Street, New York, NY 2nd Floor Dining Hall See [...]

Follow-up Guidebook

Follow-up Guidebook

Agencies should follow up with former clients to assess their overall effectiveness. Following up with clients helps staff to learn about the long-term effects of programs and to adjust their efforts to increase their impact. Follow-up should begin at intake and it should be as simple and as seamless as possible. The Evidence Generation team [...]

HOUR Children Evaluation Work Plan

HOUR Children Evaluation Work Plan

Hour Children’s mission is to help incarcerated and formerly incarcerated women and their children successfully rejoin the community, reunify with their families, and build healthy, independent and secure lives. Hour Children’s vision is to break the cycle of inter-generational incarceration. To accomplish this, Hour Children provides compassionate and comprehensive services and encourages all to live [...]

Good Shepherd Services Evaluation Work Plan

Good Shepherd Services Evaluation Work Plan

This work plan was drafted specifically for the youth justice programs at Good Shepherd Services (GSS), to serve as a tool for its continued use in aiding court-involved youth. A key part of the GSS mission is to surround at-risk New York City youth and their families with a web of support that promotes self-sufficiency. [...]

Hour Children Evaluation Guidebook

Hour Children Evaluation Guidebook

This Guidebook expands on selected sections of the Workplan prepared by the Graduate Research Fellows for Hour Children. The guidebook provides details and additional resources as supplements that may be useful for implementing the Workplan, including an expanded discussion of logic models and theories of change. The material presented in the document would be most [...]

The DOME Project Evaluation Work Plan

The DOME Project Evaluation Work Plan

This work plan was drafted specifically for The DOME Project and its Bridge to Success Program to serve as a tool for its continued use in aiding court-involved youth. The DOME Bridge to Success ATD program serves as a unifying source of support for youth through counseling, court advocacy, supervision, and assistance with educational, vocational, [...]

The DOME Project Evaluation Guidebook

The DOME Project Evaluation Guidebook

This Guidebook expands on selected sections of the Workplan prepared by the Graduate Research Fellows for The DOME Project in New York City. The document provides details and additional resources as supplements that may be useful for implementing the Workplan, including an expanded discussion of logic models and theories of change. The material presented in [...]

Fall 2012 Pinkerton Symposium

Fall 2012 Pinkerton Symposium

The Risks and Benefits of Early Intervention with Justice-Involved Youth Prevention and early intervention efforts with youthful offenders are often criticized as doing more harm than good. When communities intervene too early in the cycle of youth offending, young people may be drawn into the formal justice system prematurely. More than half the youth referred [...]