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Alternatives to the Secure Detention and Confinement of Juvenile OffendersTop  
 September 2005. This bulletin presents a model procedure for reducing the number of juvenile offenders in secure detention and confinement, so as to reduce crowding in custodial facilities and improve the effectiveness of juvenile case management. 41 pages. NCJ 208804.
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Planning Community-Based Facilities for Violent Juvenile Offenders as Part of a System of Graduated SanctionsTop  
 August 2005. For the limited population of serious, violent, and/or chronic juvenile offenders, smaller, community-based or regional facilities can provide secure confinement economically and with the best possible outcomes for the youth; this bulletin presents basic information on planning such facilities. 39 pages. NCJ 209326.
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State Ombudsman ProgramsTop  
 Feburary 2005. In addition to defining the role of a State ombudsman for children, youth, and families and describing ombudsman programs, this report examines how various States fund and operate their State ombudsman offices. 21 pages. NCJ 204607.
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Access to CounselTop  
 June 2004. This bulletin, the second in a series, examines issues surrounding access to legal counsel in the juvenile justice system. 34 pages. NCJ 204063.
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Aftercare ServicesTop  
 September 2003. This bulletin examines aftercare services that provide youth with comprehensive health, mental health, education, family, and vocational services upon release from the juvenile justice system. 31 pages. NCJ 201800.
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