By Barry Glick and Arnold P. Goldstein, Ph.Ds (Editors)
This resource includes 16 essays, written by experienced professionals, that focus on issues relevant to juvenile justice practitioners.
Offers guidance on policy formulation and direction, program development and administration, training and evaluation, and system issues.
Explores multicultural training and cross-cultural counseling, managing recreation, recognizing multi-variable training options, developing aftercare services, and handling budgeting concerns.
In addition, it addresses the issue of devising public relations strategies, recognizing special needs and concerns of the female offender, staffing treatment programs, and understanding the role of professional associations in devising effective strategies to manage juvenile delinquency. 374 pages. 1995.