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Twenty-fifth National Symposium on Juvenile Services

Date: Oct. 21–23
Location: Salt Lake County, UT
The 25th National Symposium on Juvenile Services brings leadership and direct care professionals from juvenile systems together with others from the human services fields for training as well as the opportunity to network and share innovative program service approaches being implemented within juvenile justice systems throughout the country.
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2019 Global Youth Justice Conference

Date: Dec. 3–5
Location: Las Vegas, NV
The 2019 Global Youth Justice Conference will help attendees learn strategies to enhance and expand local, volunteer-driven juvenile justice and youth justice diversion programs called Youth/Teen/Student/Peer Courts, also known as Peer Juries. Conference sessions, panels, and presentations will address administration, operations, programming, funding, grant writing, and peer-to-peer learning related to expanding and enhancing these early intervention diversion programs, which can harness positive peer pressure for change.
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Featured Media Clips

Task Force to Study Maine’s Juvenile Justice System
WHDH TV–Maine
 
Gov. Kemp Taps New Juvenile Justice Chief after Last One Was Ousted
Atlanta Journal Constitution–Georgia
Governor Signs Sweeping Juvenile Justice Bill into Law
Oregon Live–Oregon

State Agencies Provide Parole Agents with Early Learning Family Support Resources
PA Media–Pennsylvania
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