June 17-18, 2020 | San Francisco Area, CA | Classroom
Built on evidence-based principles, this training curriculum supports law enforcement in fostering strong community relationships, enhancing interactions with youth, and creating effective interventions to divert at-risk and minority youth from the justice system. Improving procedural justice efforts in the juvenile justice system offers an unmatched return-on-investment for law enforcement agencies.
**Registration cut-off: Friday, May 1, 2020** This training is tailored through the identification of merging local youth and justice data and local alternative intervention and prevention initiatives with national efforts to improve youth interactions with the justice system. It focuses on understanding the history of disproportionality and disparity and its impact today, relevant alternatives, cultural competencies, youth development, the effect of trauma on youth and the role of the justice system and the community in improving youth-justice interactions. Law enforcement, juvenile justice, courts and corrections personnel as well as community-based organizations are encouraged to attend.
Upon completion of this training, you will be able to: • Assess historical contributors that impact the justice system • Distinguish the components of disproportionate minority contact, racial and ethnic disparity, and implicit bias and the impact of each on the justice system • Identify strategies to reduce disparities • Understand conscious and unconscious bias • Recount risk factors that align with delinquent behavior • Recognize the role and impact of traumatic events on youth development • Identify de-escalation techniques and strategies to address fair and impartial justice • Illustrate promising practices for diversion and community-based alternatives • Understand the role of the justice system and community in strengthening relationships and improving youth-justice interactions and outcomes
Past participants had this to say... * As a result of this training, I will be more mindful of my engagement with at-risk youth and work with them instead of lecturing. * The instructors were able to deliver content in an interesting and credible manner- very informative with great real-life examples. * Very informative! This training will help us implement new, needed initiatives in our district. * This training was solution based- learning de-escalation skills and understanding the root of the problem will be helpful in my profession.
Centre Concord 5298 Clayton Rd Concord, CA 94521
Recommended Lodging: Hilton Concord 1970 Diamond Blvd Concord, CA 94520 (925) 827-2000 There is no room block. Please request the government/state rate when booking your lodging.
This fee includes 16 hours of training, program materials, instructional costs, and refreshment breaks. Participants are responsible for costs and arrangements related to meals, travel, and lodging.
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