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Paradise Lost: Hawaii's Twenty Years of Failed Juvenile Corrections Reform [video]
Juvenile Justice Reform in Hawaii
Daniel Macallair, Executive Director of CJCJ, recently presented on Juvenile Justice Reform in Hawaii at the Western Society of Criminology's 37th annual conference .  Meda Chesney-Lind and Brian Bilsky (University of Hawaii-Manoa) and CJCJ's Senior Research Fellow Randall G. Shelden (University of Nevada-Las Vegas) were his co-presenters.  Mr. Macallair's presentation focused on CJCJ's role in Hawaii's juvenile justice reform. In 1989, the Western Regional Office of the…
Justice Policy Journal - Volume 1, Number 1 - Summer 2001
(ISSN 1530-3012 ) From the editor Justice Policy Journal Volume 1, Number 1: August 2001 From the editor By Daniel Macallair, MPA Editorial Statement Manuscripts submitted to the Justice Policy Journal cannot have been published elsewhere, including the Internet. They cannot be under consideration by another journal or publication outlet. Upon publication, author(s) must sign a Copyright Agreement with the Justice Policy Journal. Justice Policy Journal Volume 1, Number 1:…
Hawaii's Juvenile Justice System: A model for Reform

Hawaii is a state which is poised on the brink of deinstitutionalization, a state which holds real potential for the design and implementation of a model juvenile justice system.

Reforming Hawaii's Juvenile Correctional System: Program Recommendations to the Hawai'i Legislature

Policy recommendations following a review and evaluation of juvenile correctional programs administered by the Hawai'i Department of Corrections.

Public Safety With Care: A Model System For Juvenile Justice In Hawai'i

An evaluation and workable plan for phasing Hawaii's juvenile justice system into a deinstitutionalized, community-based model of care.

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