Connecticut Juvenile Justice Alliance: Centering Girls’ Voice and Choice in Juvenile Justice Reform
We spoke to Christina Quaranta at Connecticut Juvenile Justice Alliance about their work to center young women in state-based juvenile justice reform as a model of innovation and lessons for the field from the process. This interview has been edited and condensed.
Oregon Coalition of Advocates for Equal Access for Girls: Bringing a Trauma-Informed and Gender-Responsive Lens to Juvenile Justice
National Crittenton spoke to Pam Patton at Oregon Coalition for Equal Access for Girls about their handbooks as a model of innovation and lessons for the field from this process.
Gender: An Important Factor in the Implementation of Services for Juvenile Offenders
The RNR model tends to be seen as "gender-neutral", based on assumption that it works equally well with both sexes. Few studies have examined whether gender differences exist in the effectiveness of RNR-type case planning.