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Risk-Need-Responsivity: Managing Risk & Mental Health For Juvenile Justice-Involved Youth

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Risk-Need-Responsivity:
Managing Risk & Mental Health For Juvenile Justice-Involved Youth
Gina Vincent, Ph.D.
Research Associate Professor of Psychiatry
Director of Translational Law & Psychiatry at SPARC
UMass Medical School
November 18, 2015

Description:
This presentation will begin with an overview of the characteristics of risk assessment instruments and RNR principles. The presentation also will review results from a multi-site quasi-experimental study of the impact of implementation of risk assessment in six juvenile probation offices on case management decisions and re-offending.

Webinar Publications and Related Materials

  • Webinar Slides
  • Can Risk Assessment Improve Juvenile Justice Practices? (Dec, 2011) Models for Change Knowledge Brief
  • ¨Using Risk Assessment to Meet Needs and Reduce Recidivism. (Dec, 2012). Models for Change Innovation Brief
  • Risk Assessment in Juvenile Justice: Guidebook to Implementation¨

Publications can be obtained from - http://www.modelsforchange.net/publications/index.html or the NYSAP publications page