Announcing the launch of a new training institute that is well-aligned with several GPS topics.

The Robert F. Kennedy National Resource Center for Juvenile Justice is pleased to announce the launch of its new Training Institute, featuring a portfolio of on-site training opportunities addressing critical topics in juvenile justice.

 The RFK National Resource Center training programs bring experts and experienced facilitators into local jurisdictions, ensuring that all vital leaders, staff, and stakeholders have the opportunity to benefit from the experience. Each curriculum utilizes well-established frameworks for reform that have been applied in numerous jurisdictions throughout the nation, while also incorporating current research and emerging best practices. The training approach balances traditional presentation with dynamic discussions and facilitated activities aimed at applying the information to each individual jurisdiction. As a result, participants conclude the training well-informed and poised to begin taking action immediately.

 Visit to learn more about the following training programs:

 Dual Status Youth: Improving Outcomes for Youth Involved in Child Welfare and Juvenile Justice

  • Dual Status Youth: Implementing and Sustaining Reforms
  • Advancing Best Practices in Youth Justice Seminar
  • Probation System Review Training
  • Multi-System Information & Data Sharing

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