Promoting Procedural Justice with At-Risk and Minority Youth

The Promoting Procedural Justice Program is a comprehensive and culturally competent procedural justice curricula and training program for law enforcement built on evidence-based principles that support an enhanced and increased understanding of the issue of disproportionate minority contact (DMC). Furthermore, it supports law enforcement in building strong community relationships, enhancing interactions with youth, and creating effective interventions to divert at-risk and minority youth from the system. Local leaders and community stakeholders are likely to invest in viable and sustainable solutions aimed at reducing the effects of DMC in their community. Trainings will be provided through March 2017 in the State of Florida. Training topics include: • Engaging the entire community in enhancing procedural justice • Identifying community based alternatives • Identifying diversion techniques and detention reduction • Identifying best practices for youth interaction • Methods to develop and conduct a Community Youth Forum • Identifying DMC reduction strategies • Explaining the OJJDP DMC Reduction Model

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