Session 541: ER12 -> Connecting Research and Practice: Making Outcomes More Central to Juvenile Justice Decision Making
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Saturday, November 18
Place: H-Farallon
Session Chair: Mary E. Poulin, Temple University
Building an Outcome-based Information System for a Juvenile Justice System: Lessons From Philadelphia and San Francisco
by: Philip W. Harris, Temple University (Corresponding)
Meaningful Input for Useful Output: Operationalizihg Evaluation Dimensions for the Consumer Community
by: Trish Oberweis, American Justice Institute (Corresponding)
The Role of Program-Level Characteristics in Predicting Outcomes for Girls in Prevention and Delinquency Programs
by: Mary E. Poulin, Temple University (Corresponding)
Jamie J. Fader, Temple University
Strategies for Fostering Utilization of Information From an Outcome-based Information System Tracking Delinquent Youths
by: Lori Grubstein, Crime and Justice Research Institute (Corresponding)
Philip W. Harris, Temple University

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