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Series: Juvenile Justice Practices Series
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Alternatives to the Secure Detention and Confinement of Juvenile OffendersTop  
 Bulletin: Juvenile Justice Practice Series, September 2005. Recommends developing objective, valid, and reliable tools to make placement decisions among alternative programs and expanding the existing range of alternatives for juvenile offenders. 41 pages. NCJ 208804.
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Planning Community-Based Facilities for Violent Juvenile Offenders as Part of a System of Graduated SanctionsTop  
 Bulletin: Juvenile Justice Practices Series, August 2005. Presents basic information relevant to planning smaller, community-based or regional facilities to provide secure confinement for serious, violent, and/or chronic juvenile offenders. Available online only. 39 pages. NCJ 209326.
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State Ombudsman ProgramsTop  
 Bulletin: Juvenile Justice Practices Series, February 2005. Describes the role of an ombudsman and different types of ombudsman programs in several states. Available online only. 21 pages. NCJ 204607.
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Access to CounselTop  
 Bulletin: Juvenile Justice Practice Series, June 2004. Examines access to legal counsel in the juvenile justice system. Available online only. 34 pages. NCJ 204063.
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Aftercare ServicesTop  
 Bulletin: Juvenile Justice Practices Series, September 2003. Describes aftercare services that provide youth with comprehensive health, mental health, education, family, and vocational services upon their release from the juvenile justice system. Available online only. 31 pages. NCJ 201800.
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