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San Francisco Curfew and Violent Crime
San Francisco Curfew and Violent Crime KQED Radio, September 14, 2006
San Francisco Curfew and Violent Crime
San Francisco Curfew and Violent Crime KQED Forum, September 14, 2006
Questions Surround SF Midnight Curfew
Questions Surround SF Midnight Curfew ABC7 Evening News, September 13, 2006
City Juvenile Justice Policy: Has the Mayor's Office on Criminal Justice seen it?
City Juvenile Justice Policy: Has the Mayor's Office on Criminal Justice seen it? BeyondChron.org, September 5, 2006
Curfew Enforcement: Another Bad Policy to Waste Valuable Police Resources
Curfew Enforcement: Another Bad Policy to Waste Valuable Police Resources
Addressing Gaps in Post-Release Services for Mentally Ill Offenders: One Community's Response
Addressing Gaps in Post-Release Services for Mentally Ill Offenders: One Community's Response
The San Francisco Industrial School and the Origins of Juvenile Justice in California: A Glance at the Great Reformation
The San Francisco Industrial School and the Origins of Juvenile Justice in California: A Glance at the Great Reformation
Widening the Net in Juvenile Justice and the Dangers of Prevention and Early Intervention
Widening the Net in Juvenile Justice and the Dangers of Prevention and Early Intervention
An Analysis Of San Francisco Juvenile Justice Reforms During The Brown Administration
An Analysis Of San Francisco Juvenile Justice Reforms During The Brown Administration
Community-Based Treatment: The Impact of the Homeless Pretrial Release Project
Community-Based Treatment: The Impact of the Homeless Pretrial Release Project
Community-Based Treatment: The Impact of the Homeless Pretrial Release Project
Community-Based Treatment: The Impact of the Homeless Pretrial Release Project
Shattering "Broken Windows": An Analysis of San Francisco's Alternative Crime Policies
Shattering "Broken Windows": An Analysis of San Francisco's Alternative Crime Policies
Detention Diversion Advocacy: An Evaluation (OJJDP)
Detention Diversion Advocacy: An Evaluation (OJJDP)
A Strategy for Creating a Model Juvenile Justice System for San Francisco

Making San Francisco's juvenile justice system work requires the adoption of a new organizational structure and direction.  Under the new system, secure detention becomes just one element of a full continuum of services capable of providing comprehensive individualized interventions.

Is San Francisco Soft on Juvenile Crime? Reality vs. Myth

This study examines the realities and myths of San Francisco juvenile crime control policies in 1996.  

Out of Sight, Out of Mind: The Plight of Adolescent Girls in The San Francisco Juvenile Justice System

This report presents recommendations about serving the unique needs of girls in the San Francisco Juvenile Probation system. 

Emerging from Darkness: Reinventing San Francisco's Juvenile Justice System

The juvenile justice system should be viewed as one element along a continuum of social institutions designed to foster social development. 

Race & Incarceration In San Francisco: Two Years Later

A follow up on a 1992 study of San Francisco's racially disparate incarceration trends finds a city steeped in rhetoric rather than reason.

Disposition Case Advocacy in San Francisco's Juvenile Justice System
Disposition Case Advocacy in San Francisco's Juvenile Justice System
From Beyond Shelter To Behind Bars

A study of San Francisco's practice of policing homelessness. Our Officers and Deputies are highly trained individuals, but they can not be expected to protect us from poverty. 

Race & Incarceration in San Francisco: Localizing Apartheid

This report compares the incarceration rates of African American males in San Francisco to those of African American males in the United States overall and black males in South Africa.

Robbing Peter to Pay Paul: The story of jail funding in San Francisco

San Francisco's fiscal decisions in the 1990's made trade offs between needed social services and jail construction.

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