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(p. 125) Using an Academic–Practice Partnership to Develop and Implement an Empirically Informed Approach to Juvenile Probation Case Management in Philadelphia 

(p. 125) Using an Academic–Practice Partnership to Develop and Implement an Empirically Informed Approach to Juvenile Probation Case Management in Philadelphia
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(p. 125) Using an Academic–Practice Partnership to Develop and Implement an Empirically Informed Approach to Juvenile Probation Case Management in Philadelphia
Author(s):

Naomi E. Goldstein

, Jeanne McPhee

, Elizabeth Gale-Bentz

, and Rena Kreimer

DOI:
10.1093/med-psych/9780190052850.003.0008
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date: 01 March 2021

This is a more recent collaboration between applied researchers at Drexel University and multiple public-sector partners (the Juvenile Probation Department, Department of Human Services, offices of the district attorney and public defender, Police Department) involved with juvenile probation services in the City of Philadelphia. The collaboration focuses on the implementation of graduated response as a case management approach with those on juvenile probation, and it provides coordination, training, and research and evaluation services toward this implementation. This is a particularly important example of a partnership with multiple stakeholders, focusing on an innovation in the delivery of community-based services to youth on probation. This kind of work will assume increasing importance as our society moves toward a greater focus on services in the community for justice-involved youth.

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