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We provide research and data-driven strategic consulting. We work to ensure that children, youth, and families are safe and supported in their communities.
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Erin Manske Nov 15
In recent years there has been an increase in the popularity of home visitation programs as a means of addressing risk factors for child maltreatment. What does it take for these programs to show positive results?
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BPRAC Nov 15
Home Visiting Programs: Potential impact with implementation care
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BPRAC Nov 12
Here’s what spanking does to your kids. None of it is good, pediatricians say via
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BPRAC Nov 5
Strengthening Data Culture: Three Things You Can Do Right Now 📈
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Jeremy Travis Nov 1
New frontier of justice reform is asking deep questions about the purpose of supervision. Not just cost, but purpose. And then ask, what is the harm?
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BPRAC Nov 4
Strengthening Data Culture: Three Things You Can Do Right Now
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BPRAC Oct 26
Child Welfare and Youth Homelessness in Canada: A Proposal for Action Almost sixty percent (57.8%) of homeless youth in Canada report involvement with the child welfare system at some point in their lives via
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The Chadwick Center Oct 26
In , Leaders Continue Heated Debate Over Federal Entitlement Reform from
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CEBC Oct 26
Appropriate Use of for Youth in
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BPRAC Oct 26
Corporal Punishment Of Children
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Jake Horowitz Oct 20
23 percent (nearly 11,000) of the approximately 48,000 youth in juvenile facilities are confined for status offenses or probation violations via
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BPRAC Oct 22
It is difficult to encapsulate risk assessment validity as a single measure. Getting a classification right or wrong can be understood in terms of four categories: true positives, false positives, true negatives, and false negatives.
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BPRAC Oct 21
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CEBC Oct 16
. is working w/ Office of Child Abuse Prevention to implement three Citizen Review Panels (CRPs). Each CRP focuses on one area of the continuum of
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BPRAC Oct 18
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BPRAC Oct 15
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BPRAC Oct 12
Measuring Validity
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BPRAC Oct 12
Los Angeles will wipe out nearly $90 million worth of debt incurred by juvenile offenders
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BPRAC Oct 5
Takedown of DOJ juvenile justice office webpages about still-active initiatives highlights its shift towards a more punitive approach
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BPRAC Oct 5
With recent changes to its juvenile justice website, this Trump agency is sending the message that “kids don’t matter,” according one expert. via
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