Juvenile Justice Yeeleng VangUniversity of Phoenix AJS/594 JON STERN 03/17/2018 Juvenile Justice Correctional Facilities Proposal Part 4 Identify sources of funding for your program It is difficult to determine a budget though essential section of the process of pre-implementation. In spite of where people are in their financing search they would have to think about the amount of cash it would take to commence and maintain the diversion program. This may be sophisticated because the budget would be impacted by several factors. The adolescents’ diversion program can be a candidate for the Medicaid financing. Various discretionary finances and federal formula are aligned with the diversion program and provide prospective startup funding sources (Heinz 2014). The other option is debt funding. For instance the Social Impact Bond (SIB) may offer initial implementation and startup funding to the juvenile diversion programs. The Reinvestment Company is the other innovative mechanism to take forums where the locals gather in order to convey the concerns. Questionnaires may as well be used as a way to ask the respondents direct YES/NO or TRUE/FALSE questions in order to know and understand their grievances and commentaries on the same issue. References Champion D. J. Merlo A. V. & Benekos P. J. (2013). The juvenile justice system: Delinquency processing and the law. Upper Saddle River NJ: Pearson Education. Chesney-Lind M. & Shelden R. G. (2014). Girls delinquency and juvenile justice.Heinz W. (2014). Diversion in German Juvenile Justice: Its Practice Impact and Penal Policy Implications. Diversion and Informal Social Control. doi:10.1515/9783110815757.159 Horwitz A. V. (2015). Diversion in the Juvenile Justice System and a Sociological Theory of Social Control. Diversion and Informal Social Control. doi:10.1515/9783110815757.17 Samudio O. (2014). The Juvenile Justice System and Diversion Program in Puerto Rico: A Therapeutic or Anti-Therapeutic System? SSRN Electronic Journal. doi:10.2139/ssrn.2400767 Schmalleger F. & Smykla J. O. (2017). Corrections in the 21st century. Boston: McGraw-Hill. [...]
Write a 1,050- to 1,200-word proposal focusing on program implementation that includes the following: Identify sources of funding for your program. Determine the criteria that will be used to evaluate the success of your program. Determine the data collection methods that will be used to determine the success of your program. Describe the way to collect and respond to feedback and implementation concerns. Format your proposal consistent with APA guidelines.