The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation began a multi-year partnership to increase the leadership role of state and local law enforcement executives to effectively address systemic juvenile justice issues as well as improve local responses to youthful offenders...
- Research on Pathways to Desistance - December 2012 Update
- The Fourth Wave - Juvenile Justice Reforms for the Twenty-First Century
New Portland police get to know local youth at a Multnomah County farm
Days before Officer Michael Sherwood was set to start his first street assignment as a Portland police officer, the police recruit was on his knees Friday, pulling weeds at a farm in Troutdale...
Police and Juvenile Justice: Contracting the Net
Juvenile Justice Update by Civic Research Institute Inc. Feb/March 2011
This article encourages juvenile court judges and justice system officials to join with mayors and county commissioners, lawmakers, police leaders and sheriffs, education leaders, prosecutors, public defenders, other state and local officials, and influential citizens to recast the paradigm for the handling of juvenile offenses.
Police, Probation and Detention: A case study in community partnership and collaboration
2009 Governor's Summit on Eliminating DMC in Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare 11/16/2009
A workshop on the Community Academy was presented at the 2009 Governor's Summit on Eliminating DMC in Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare - the panel received overwhelming verbal comments as well as the written, formal feedback attached.
Portland police recruits get a head start working with youth
The Oregonian 9-24-09
“The recruits also toured…the juvenile detention center and met with members of several gang prevention agencies and outreach groups. Next month, they'll be sworn in.”
Tom Cleary, Senior Deputy District Attorney presentation
Lt. Dave Virtue, Portland Police Bureau Training Unit Supervisor presentation
JDAI National Inter-Site Conference - Washington, DC August 2009
Police, Juvenile & Adult Services, and Community Partners Workshop
Law enforcement is a crucial stakeholder in juvenile justice. Multnomah County Department of Community Justice and the Portland Police Bureau recently joined hands to develop and implement alternative responses to youth involved in certain kinds of offenses. New police officers now receive intensified training on the juvenile and adult justice systems, including placement in community services organizations that expose them to the types of complex issues that they face when dealing with juveniles in the field. The resulting collaboration, known as the Community Academy Program, has deepened law enforcement's understanding of, and input into, detention reform and juvenile justice practice. Workshop panel consisted of: Honorable Nan G. Waller, Presiding Family Law Judge, Multnomah County Circuit Court; Tina Edge, JDAI Project Consultant Multnomah Department of Community Justice; Thomas Cleary, Senior Deputy District Attorney Juvenile Division, Multnomah County; Lt. David Virtue, Training Division Portland Police Bureau, and Captain Donna Henderson, Family Services Unit Portland Police Bureau.
Youth Today 8-7-09
Police, Probation, and Detention: A Case Study in Collaboration
If you run a youth-serving agency in Portland, Ore., the police really are your friend - or at least they're probably a lot friendlier than you might find in other jurisdictions.
Inside Community Justice - 7-30-09
Portland Police Bureau and Community Justice Partner to Train New Police Officers DCJ and the Portland Police Bureau are working together to help the probation, post-prison and the juvenile justice system partner more effectively with the police.
The Pre-Trial Reporter - 7-1-09
Multnomah County, Oregon continues to be a leader in collaboration by establishing the Portland Police Bureau Community Partnership Program. This pilot program will give new police officers the opportunity to learn a variety of community policing based skills by interning at various organizations in the community that ‘interface’ with the Police Bureau.
JDAI News 6-1-09
Multnomah Police Observe Detention Reform in Action The JDAI Model Site in Multnomah County, Oregon is working with the Portland police to expose newly hired police officers to the philosophy and practice of juvenile and adult corrections.
Community Oriented Policing Services - US Dept of Justice 3-1-09
Effective Alternatives to Incarceration: Police Collaborations with Corrections & Communities The US Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services (COPS) has just released their publication, "Effective Alternatives to Incarceration: Police Collaborations with Corrections and Communities" in which Multnomah County is highlighted for work on the Risk Assessment Instrument (RAI) and developing the JANUS Youth Reception Center in collaboration with police. The publication is attached for your review (see page 36 for Multnomah County).