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How to Improve Data Capabilities in Dual Status Youth Initiative Sites: Key Principles and Examples
Gene Siegel, Robert F. Kennedy National Resource Center for Juvenile Justice, 2016
This is the second in a series of articles intended to help jurisdictions engaged in dual status youth (DSY) or other multi-system reform initiatives improve their data-related capabilities, including ways that they can acquire, organize, and use their data to help guide important program planning and implementation decisions. While the first data article focused on “what” a jurisdiction may want to know about its dual status youth, this article focuses on a number of key aspects related to “how” one can best find, organize, and present data to answer those questions.
Data Planning in the Dual Status Youth Initiatives: Initial Suggestions
Gene Siegel, Robert F. Kennedy National Resource Center for Juvenile Justice, 2014
This first article launches a new series of resources developed to support data-related efforts in jurisdictions undertaking dual status youth initiatives and probation system reviews. It is targeted to help jurisdictions more effectively and efficiently collect, report and manage data related to dual status youth. The article provides a helpful data construct to support efforts at improving outcomes for dual status and juvenile justice involved youth.