Juvenile Justice Correctional Facilities Proposal Part 2 Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Juvenile Justice Correctional Facilities Proposal Part 2 The Adolescent Diversion Project also abbreviated as ADP refers to an ecological program which seeks to enhance community and family support and distract the teens from further prospectively labeling contact with systems of juvenile justice. Volunteer college learners act as the agents of change in the ADP (Singer 2017). These students are usually trained in behavioral change models which mainly employ one-on-one behavioral pacts with the court-diverted teen with rewards integrated into the written agreements between the adolescent and the significant others within their setting. Identify Two or Three Goals of Your Program The adolescent diversion program is an intervention tactic which redirects the teens away from official processing within the JJS (juvenile justice system) whilst still holding them responsible for their criminal actions. The diversion program might differ from the the drug abuse treatment diversion program have to be active and responsive in both planning and executing the program. The foremost step in determining key leaders is contacting the agency and individual stakeholders. These are the agencies and people most cognizant with the different problem aspects including parents advocacy groups the representatives of adolescent court judges law enforcement agencies people with recent expertise using the present system community agencies mental and public health centers business organizations schools drug treatment and prevention programs and several other agencies which have contact with the teens (Singer 2017). References Bystrova E. & Tcherni M. (2015). Juvenile Justice in Russia. The Handbook of Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice 40-48. doi:10.1002/9781118513217.ch4 Singer S. I. (2017). Taking Stock of Juvenile Justice Reforms. Recriminalizing Delinquency 24-45. doi:10.1017/cbo9780511527562.003 Smit P. R. & Bijleveld C. C. (2015). Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice Trends in Europe. The Handbook of Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice 15-26. doi:10.1002/9781118513217.ch [...]
For this assignment, it will require you to login into my university campus to view the material required for this assignment. I will provide an attachment of the instruction on how to log in as me into my university campus. Resource: "Seven Stage Model for Planned Change" located in the introduction and appendix of Criminal Justice Policy & Planning. Research possible programmatic solutions by benchmarking best practices. Your program goals and objectives must be based on industry best practices. Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word proposal for a program that solves the problem identified in the case study you selected in Week One. Address the following: Identify two or three goals of your program. Describe outcome objectives for each goal. Determine the resources needed to implement the program. Identify how you plan to elicit stakeholder participation. I also attached the part 1 proposal you completed last week as well as the material from last week as well.