The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP) announces the availability of OJJDP News @ a Glance, March/April 2022.
This issue's Message from the Acting Administrator and top story recognize Second Chance Month and highlight OJJDP's efforts to help young people successfully reenter the community following secure confinement or out-of-home placement. The Youth Voices column profiles a youth advocate and policy analyst in Washington, DC.
The Tribal Connections section features a new publication produced by Native youth about ways to protect and promote Tribal youth well-being, and a training program offering guidance to OJJDP Tribal grantees developing strategic plans.
Other features in this issue—
- National AMBER Alert Symposium Focuses on Technologies Used To Return Missing Children Safely
- Children's Advocacy Centers Play Critical Role in Responding to Child Abuse
- OJJDP Listening Session Explores Family-Based Alternatives to Parental Incarceration
- Tribal News Shorts
- News in Brief
- Upcoming Events
- New Publications