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Center for Juvenile Justice Reform Accepting Applications for Two Certificate Programs


The Center for Juvenile Justice Reform (CJJR) is now accepting applications for two initiatives:


Apply to either of these certificate programs.

See OJJDP's Model Programs Guide literature review on LGBTQ youth in the juvenile justice system and read the OJJDP listening session report, "Creating and Sustaining Fair and Beneficial Environments for LGBTQ Youth."

Date Created: May 25, 2017