[Video Chat] Keeping Kids Out of the Justice System: Talking Evidence-Based Practices

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Live Video Chat with Jeffrey Butts and Cynthia Lum (Now Available to Rewatch)

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On Wednesday, August 13, the Juvenile Justice Information Exchange launched the next section of our juvenile justice resource hub on evidence-based practices, comprised of material developed and curated by the National Juvenile Justice Network. As a part of the launch, we will be hosting a live group video chat with Jeffrey Butts, director of the Research & Evaluation Center at the John Jay College of Criminal Justice at the City University of New York and Cynthia Lum, Associate Professor, Department of Criminology, Law and Society and Director of the Center for Evidence-Based Crime Policy at George Mason University.

It will be an informative and candid conversation on science-backed programs that really work to keep youth out of the juvenile justice system. Don’t miss it!

When: Monday, August 18 12PM PST / 3PM EST

Where: Tune in to this page to watch. If you can’t make it, the video will be recorded and archived here for watching later!

Have a question? Submit it anytime before or during the chat via twitter using #evidencebased

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Video chat on what works in terms of keeping kids out of the #JuvenileJustice system: http://bit.ly/EBPchat #evidencebased

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Are science-backed programs more effective at reducing #recidivism than others? Live video chat: http://bit.ly/EBPchat #evidencebased

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Learn more about evidence-based practices at the Juvenile Justice Resource Hub.


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