New Juvenile Justice Resources - Promising Practice Brief and SHOCAP Curriculum Available Now!
Promising Practice Brief
The Juvenile Justice Training and Technical Assistance Project presents a new promising practice brief on Partnering to Ensure School Safety.
Promising Practice briefs are a series of articles that provide information and examples of programs and practices successfully implemented to address pertinent juvenile justice issues. This brief describes two programs that focus on primary and secondary law enforcement/school partnerships. The brief is available for viewing and downloading here: http://www.iacp.org/Training/ojjdp_ttap.html
. Hard copies can be requested by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org
or calling 1-800-843-4227 ext. 831.
SHOCAP Curriculum Available
Through the Juvenile Justice Training and Technical Assistance Project, the IACP provides training to law enforcement and allied stakeholders on pertinent juvenile justice issues. Over the past eight years, the IACP has developed and conducted training designed to address the particular substantive needs and issues of the host agencies. The Serious Habitual Offender Comprehensive Action Program (SHOCAP) is a comprehensive curriculum that can be used to bring together law enforcement, schools, juvenile corrections, and community partners to utilize all available resources to enable youth to become productive citizens. This curriculum can be viewed or downloaded from our Juvenile Justice web site at: http://www.iacp.org/Training/ojjdp_ttap.html
. The curriculum includes:
- A Facilitator’s Guide with background information and guidance for trainers.
- PowerPoint slides that can be used to facilitate training.
- A Participant Manual, which contains training materials and resources.