2 edition of Accountability-based sanctions found in the catalog.
Mark A. Matese
by U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention in [Washington, D.C.]
Written in English
|Other titles||Accountability based sanctions.|
|Statement||by Mark A. Matese.|
|Series||Fact sheet -- #58., Fact sheet (United States. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention) -- FS-9758.|
|Contributions||United States. Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. ;|
The JJS is responsible for providing the accountability-based sanctions and supervision necessary to ensure that juvenile offenders are held accountable. To ensure the safety of the community, juvenile offenders who are a potential threat to the community should not be eligible for diversion to AOD abuse treatment. Sanctions are based on the Subgroup and the School Performance Score Components of the Louisiana Accountability System. They include assignment of District Assistance Teams, school choice, supplemental services, reconstitution, and the assignment of Distinguished Educators. The State Accountability System aligns with the NCLB sanctions.
Use of Risk Assessment to Achieve Accountability Based Sanctions. Study of juvenile court and corrections decision-making using FIA’s CSMIS database. Olenzak, Amy. CPS Worker Safety. Mailed survey of CPS workers and their perceptions regarding safety in the field. McCroskey, J., & Meezan, W. (). sanctions are perceived as contingent on accountability conditions’’ (p. 9).Although one might expect that accountability takes place only when a breach of conduct has occurred (Cummings & Anton, ), it is possible that an individual can be accountable and rewarded for his/her diligent stewardship absent any wrongdoing.
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Developing and administering accountability-based sanctions for juveniles. Washington, DC: U.S. Dept. of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grants.
The paper describes the experience of Allegheny County (Pittsburgh), PA, with a system of accountability-based sanctions. The paper also contains an in-depth description of the US Department of Justice Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block Grants Program and a list of the 12 program purpose areas.
She then outlines the evolution of accountability-based education reforms, following with a chapter on content standards, assessment accommodations, accountability as sanctions, and.
Accountability-Based Reforms Accountability-based sanctions book Impact on Deaf and Hard of Hearing Students. Stephanie W. Cawthon’s new book Accountability-Based Reforms: following with a chapter on content standards, assessment accommodations, accountability as sanctions, and.
bility-based sanctions. The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) defines accountability-based sanctions as “any service, sanction, or juvenile offender option that juvenile offenders are subject to and whose goal is to hold adjudicated juve-nile offenders responsible for their delinquent conduct” (Matese, ).
One of the most widely practiced forms of accountability-based sanctions is the Balanced and Restorative Justice approach. This approach views accountability as bringing the juvenile to an understanding of the impact of his/her behavior on the victim and taking action to repair the harms he/she has caused.
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In other Cited by: 4. (1) For purposes of this section, graduated response means an accountability-based series of sanctions, incentives, and services designed to facilitate the juvenile’s continued progress in changing behavior, ongoing compliance, and successful completion of probation.
AN ACCOUNTABILITY-BASED APPROACH Holding a juvenile offender “account-able” in the juvenile justice system today means that once the juvenile is determined to have committed law-violating behavior by admission or adjudication, he or she is held responsible for the act through consequences or sanctions, imposed pursuant to law, that are.
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Developing and administering accountability-based sanctions for juvenile offenders; 3. Hiring additional juvenile judges, probation officers, and court-appointed defenders, and funding pretrial services for juveniles to ensure smooth and expeditious administration of the.
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hospitals is widely acknowledged, yet legal and regulatory efforts to safeguard the public have had limited effect. One of the most prominent issues in education policy today, accountability is a key element in the success of education improvement systems.
Literally the process by which students, teachers, and administrators give an account of their progress, accountability is a means by which policy makers at the state and district levels—and parents and taxpayers—monitor the performance. The performance-based sanctions and rewards that charac- terize accountability policies are effectively output-based incentives that can be understood as a File Size: KB.
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