New York ; London : New York University Press, 
xvi, 355 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Families, law, and society series.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction: re-visioning youth justice / Nancy E. Dowd Child well-being: toward a fair and equitable public safety strategy for the new century / James Bell A silent sea change: the deinstitutionalization trend in juvenile justice / Bart Lubow Starting from a different place: The Missouri Model / Tim Decker Doing things differently: education as a vehicle for youth transformation and Finland as a Model for Juvenile Justice Reform / Peter E. Leone Delinquency, due process, and mental health: presuming youth incompetency / David R. Katner Why should we treat juvenile offenders differently than adults? It's not because the pie isn't fully baked! / Mark R. Fondacaro Lost in translation no more: marketing evidence-based policies for reducing juvenile crime / Richard E. Redding Building on advocacy for girls and LGBT youth: a foundation for liberatory laws, policies, and services for all youth in the juvenile justice system / Barbara Fedders Invest upstream to promote the well-being of LGBT youth : addressing root causes of juvenile system involvement / Shannan Wilber Correcting racial disparities in the juvenile justice system: refining prosecutorial discretion / Kristin Henning Helping adolescents succeed: assuring a meaningful right to counsel / Carlos J. Martinez Fit to be T(r)ied: ending juvenile transfers and reforming the juvenile justice system / Richard Mora and Mary Christianakis Applying J.D.B. v. North Carolina: toward ending legal fictions and adopting effective police questioning of youth / Lisa H. Thurau and Sia Henry What If your child were the next one in the door? Reimagining the social safety net for children, families, and communities / Wendy A. Bach Immigrant children: treating children as children, regardless of their legal status / Elizabeth M. Frankel Crossover youth: youth should benefit when the state Is the parent / Robin Rosenberg and Christina L. Spudeas Breaking the school-to-prison pipeline: new models for school discipline and community accountable schools / Kaitlin Banner No more closed doors: ending the educational exclusion of formerly incarcerated youth / David Domenici and Renagh O'Leary Collateral consequences of juvenile court: boulders on the road to good outcomes / Sue Burrell.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.