3 edition of Youth Offender Demonstration Project process evaluation (final report) found in the catalog.
Youth Offender Demonstration Project process evaluation (final report)
by U.S. Dept. of Labor, Employment and Training Administration in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Other titles||Youth Offender Demonstration process evaluation, final report (2002-06)|
|Statement||Ed Miller, Lois MacGillivray (Research and Evaluation Associates, Inc.) ; sponsored by the Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration.|
|Contributions||MacGillivray, Lois., United States. Employment and Training Administration., United States. Employment and Training Administration. Office of Policy and Research., Research and Evaluation Associates.|
|LC Classifications||HV9104 .M54 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) ;|
|LC Control Number||2002485096|
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Youth Offender Demonstration Project – Final Report iv Research and Evaluation Associates for vulnerable youth, those who come from neighborhoods Youth Offender Demonstration Project process evaluation book high unemployment and social dysfunction.
Maria Buck () reviews the experience of programs directed to helping offenders to get jobs when they return to their communities. YOUTH OFFENDER DEMONSTRATION PROJECT PROCESS EVALUATION (Final Report) April Ed Miller, Senior Research Associate Lois MacGillivray, Project Manager Research and Evaluation Associates, Inc.
Sponsored by The Department of Labor Employment and Training Administration. Get this from a library. Interim report for the Department of Labor Youth Offender Demonstration Project process evaluation. [Research and Evaluation Associates.; United States. Employment and Training Administration.;].
Youth under the age of 18 who are accused of committing a delinquent or criminal act are typically processed through a juvenile justice system similar to that of the adult criminal justice system in many ways—processes include arrest, detainment, petitions, hearings, adjudications, dispositions, placement, probation, and reentry—the juvenile justice process.
Get this from a library. Youth Offender Demonstration Project process evaluation (final report). [Ed Miller; Lois MacGillivray; United States. Employment and Training Administration. Office of Policy and Research.; Research and Evaluation Associates.] -- Growing consensus among experts holds that youth who come under court supervision have multiple issues that require.
Ed Miller earned a Ph.D. in policy sciences at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Ed was a Senior Research Analyst at Research and Evaluation Associates, Inc. in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, as co-project manager for the nationwide evaluation of the youth offender demonstration project sponsored by the U.S.
Department of Labor. The Youth Offender Demonstration Project (YODP) combined oversight of youth offenders with services to support youth offenders' passage into the word of work by providing recommended social development strategies for youth offenders.
YODP demonstration projects were funded in the following categories: (1) model community projects; (2) education and training for youth Author: Lois MacGillivray. Reentry Initiative (SVORI). In addition to working on the SafeFutures evaluation, she is involved in the process evaluation of the Youth Offender Demonstration Project (YODP), a Welfare to Work Partnership project funded by the Department of Labor that seeks to link businesses to at-risk and ex-offender youth as potential employees.
Youth Offender Demonstration Project Process Evaluation: Final Report, Round Two Research Documents progress made by the Department of Labor’s Youth Offender Demonstration Project in preparing youth offenders for employment and breaking the cycle of.
problems and adding an evaluation requirement. See. Appendix A. for information about the seven projects that are the focus of this evaluation. The cross-site evaluation is focused on 7 of the 22 Adult Offender Reentry Demonstration Project sites and grantee agencies.
California. Women’s Reentry Achievement Program (WRAP), Solano. YouthBuild Youth Offender grants. The evaluation consisted of site visits to each of the 34 grantees to examine their program design and implementation, the characteristics of the participants they served, and the outcomes they obtained.
Two rounds of site visits were conducted, the first in the spring and the second in the fall of There are only a few process evaluation studies on positive youth development programs, particularly in the Chinese context.
This study aims to examine the quality of implementation of a positive youth development program (the Project P.A.T.H.S.: Positive Adolescent Training through Holistic Social Programmes) and investigate the relationships among program adherence, Cited by: 9. Process Evaluation Report: Neighborhood Youth Center Program Evaluation Report prepared for the State of Connecticut Office of Policy and Management By Ronald M.
Sabatelli Stephen A. Anderson Stacey Rubinfeld University of Connecticut Center for Applied Research June This report was supported by grants from the Size: KB. THE YOUTH COUNT TEXAS. PROJECT: PROCESS EVALUATION REPORT Reflections from Texas’ First Statewide Count of Youth Experiencing Homelessness SEPTEMBER Texas Network of Youth Services is a state network of youth service agencies, with a mission to strengthen, support, and protect critical services for Texas youth and their families.
Youth Offender Demonstration Project Process Evaluation (Final Report) The goal of the process evaluation was to document the implementation process of the projects, noting achievements and challenges as project staff attempted.
GAME is the Employment Bonus Demonstration complement to the Building Lives Round III Youth Offender Demonstration Project. Many of the participants in this program will be recruited from the existing Building Lives caseload, while others will be from existing referral sources.
Initially, participants meet with a Building Lives Counselor to. target population. In FYBJA funded 22 SCA Adult Offender Reentry Demonstration Project (AORDP) sites.
The National Institute of Justice in FY funded the Cross-Site Evaluation of the BJA FY SCA AORDP; RTI International and the Urban Institute are.
This resource was prepared by the author(s) using Federal funds provided by File Size: 2MB. Youth participatory evaluation (YPE) is an approach that engages young people in evaluating the programs, organizations, and systems designed to serve them.
Through YPE, young people conduct research on issues and experiences that affect their lives, developing knowledge about their community that can be shared and put to use. He codirects an evaluation of a paid internship program for youth in Washington, DC, and Baltimore public schools; an evaluation of a mentoring/case management program in Washington, DC, and Maryland; and a demonstration involving pilot testing employment and training programs to aid disconnected youth.
He was the project director for the Multi. CEMEA used the different possibilities of the Youth in Action Programme for ex-offenders in a project called Giant Steps. European Voluntary Service directly from prison The UK organisation 'Everything's Possible' organised a European Service Project with young people as soon as they came out of prison.
The restorative process attempts to mend the injuries caused, repair relationships and address the needs of the victim and the offender (Claassen, ). For many, the central precept of this approach is the restoration of the centrality of the victim and its utility in obliging offenders to take responsibility for their actions (Umbreit, ).Online Resource Book Published [Washington, D.C]: Office of Policy Development and Research, Employment and Training Administration, U.S.
Dept. of Labor,  Description 1 online resource (25 p.): col. ill. Process evaluation of the demand-side Youth Offender Demonstration Project (phase II) final report. The program that gave David a new sense of optimism and healthy community behind bars is called the Youthful Offender Program (YOP).
Through the program, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) .