Multnomah Countys Local Public Safety Coordination Council brings up-to-date data and research to policy makers in its annual What Works conferences. In 2011, the conference focused on juvenile justice.
What Works: Dr. Hill Walker30/12/2011 Duración: 51min
Dr. Hill Walker, Co-Director, University of Oregon Institute on Violence and Destructive Behavior, speaks at the 2011 What Works conference on "Predicting and Preventing Involvement in the Criminal Justice System."
What Works: Final Panel & Discussion29/12/2011 Duración: 41min
Panel discussion, moderated by Christina McMahan and featuring Judge Martin, Judge Waller, Mr. Cloud, Dr. Walker, Professor González, Dr. Gray discussing Oregon's juvenile justice system in light of the day's presentations.
Prevention and Intervention Strategies in Schools and the Criminal Justice System29/12/2011 Duración: 01h11min
Thalia González, J.D., Assistant Professor, Occidental College and Karen Gray, Ph.D., Superintendent, Parkrose School District speak at the 2011 Multnomah County Local Public Safety Coordinating Council "What Works" conference, "Juvenile Justice Grounded in Youth Development," December 10, 2011, Portland, Oregon.
What Works: Jonathan Cloud23/12/2011 Duración: 01h21min
Jonathan I. Cloud speaks on "Good Maladjustment: Interpreting Misbehavior in Light of Brain Development" at the LPSCC What Works Conference. Mr. Cloud has over twenty-five years of experience in child, youth, and family case management, program administration, and program development. He is a Trainer and Strategic Consultant for the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention's (OJJDP) Title V Juvenile Delinquency Prevention training and technical assistance, OJJDP's Project Safe Neighborhoods and Weed & Seed Initiatives, and for OJJDP's national demonstration project on the commercial sexual exploitation of children. Jonathan is the author of Parenting the Guardian Class: Validating Spirited Youth, Ending Adolescence, and Renewing America's Greatness, which calls for empowering youth rather than controlling them. He has BA degrees in Religion and Psychology, and completed graduate studies in Public Administration and Social Work.
What Works: Judge Patricia Martin22/12/2011 Duración: 58min
Judge Patricia Martin speaks on juvenile justice at the 2011 What Works Conference held Dec. 9, 2011 in Portland, Oregon. Judge Martin is President of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges. Judge Martin is a member and past chair of the Supreme Court of Illinois Judicial Conference Study Committee on Juvenile Justice and a member of the Illinois Supreme Court Special Committee on Child Custody Issues. Judge Martin received her education at the University of Nairobi, Kenya, Middlebury College in Middlebury, Vt., and Northern Illinois University College of Law. Judge Martin's recent honors include the 2010 Service to the Community Award from the Resolution Systems Institute, and the 2007 C.F. Stradford Award, given each year by the State’s Attorney’s Office to distinguished attorneys in the African-American community.