Items tagged with "Juvenile Detention"


articles  |   Juvenile Justice in Illinois, 2014

Published: September 14, 2016
Juvenile justice in Illinois, 2014 outlines juvenile justice statistics across the four process points in which data were available: arrest, detention, court, and corrections. Decreases in the statewide figures were noted across all of the data points examined, indicating that fewer youth were entering and moving through the system.



grant programs  |   Franklin County Juvenile Detention Center for Methamphetamine Pilot Program

Published: August 6, 2015
In response to a growing concern about methamphetamine abuse, in 2006 the state of Illinois provided funds to create a model intervention for youth based at the Franklin County Juvenile Detention Center in Benton, a rural district in south-central Illinois. The Franklin County Juvenile Methamphetamine Treatment Program provides treatment services to youth from 41 counties across central and southern Illinois. 



publications  |   Research at a Glance Impacts of Probationer Screening and Services on Probation Success and Future Arrests

Published: December 18, 2014
The Detention to Probation Continuum of Care (DPCC) program was developed by River Valley Detention Center (RVDC) mental health professionals to identify detained youth mental health needs, enhance compliance with conditions of probation, and reduce subsequent justice system involvement. Administrative data were examined for years 2003 through 2009 to assess the extent to which youth received DPCC services and to track their compliance with sentencing conditions, subsequent detention admissions, and arrests.