Session 269: RE4 -> The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention's Program of Tribal Youth Research
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Friday, November 9
Place: Champagne
Session Chair: Laura Ansera, O. J. J. D. P.
Evaluation Facilitation for the Tribal Youth Program: A Preliminary Analysis of Juvenile Justice Systems in Native American/Alaska Native Communities
by: George Cornell, Michigan State University (Corresponding)
William S. Davidson II, Michigan State University
David Bercham, Michigan Public Health Institute
Heather Dorey, Michigan Public Health Institute
Shari Murgittroyd, Michigan Public Health Institute
Michael Petoskey, Grand Traverse Tribal Court
Perspectives on Delinquency, Justice and Research in One American Nation: Context and Collaboration
by: Lisa Bond-Maupin, New Mexico State University (Corresponding)
James R. Maupin, New Mexico State University
Survey of Youth Gangs in Indian Country
by: John P. Moore, National Youth Gang Center (Corresponding)
H. Arlen Egley, Jr., National Youth Gang Center
Barbara Mendenhall, California State University - Sacramento
Troy Armstrong, California State University - Sacramento
Action Research on Youth Gangs in Indian Country: Profiling the Problem and Seeking Solutions
by: Barbara Mendenhall, California State University - Sacramento (Corresponding)
Troy Armstrong, California State University - Sacramento
Discussants:
Laura Ansera, O. J. J. D. P.

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