Session 549: IS7 -> Proming Community Diversion Programs
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Saturday, November 18
Place: H-San Francisco A
Session Chair: Thomas E. James, University of Oklahoma
Nighttime Incarceration as an Intermediate Sanction: An Evaluation of the Oklahoma County Program
by: Thomas E. James, University of Oklahoma (Corresponding)
Marcus Martin, University of Oklahoma
Susan Marcus-Mendoza, University of Oklahoma
Kathy Hall, University of Oklahoma
Intermediate Sanction Juvenile Boot Camp: Second Annual Evaluation of Cornerstone Camp Kenbridge
by: Amanda E. Hayes, Virginia Department of Juvenile Justice (Corresponding)
Diana Gray, Virginia Department of Juvenile Justice
The Toronto 'John School' Diversion Program: A Case Study in the Social Politics of Informal Justice
by: Benedikt Fischer, University of Toronto (Corresponding)
Scott Wortley, University of Toronto
Maritt Kirst, Centre for Addiction & Mental Health
Reducing Juvenile Recidivism: The Process and Outcomes of an Evaluation in Northern Ireland
by: David O'Mahony, The Queen's University of Belfast (Corresponding)
Mairead Seymour, The Queen's University of Belfast
An Evaluation of the Day Reporting Program in Vigo County, Indiana
by: Sudipto Roy, Indiana State University (Corresponding)

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