For more than 20 years nationally in both urban and rural jurisdictions, the Juvenile Detention Alternatives Initiative (JDAI) has demonstrated that moving low-risk youth from secure detention into community-based alternative programs is excellent public policy. JDAI is a project of the Annie E. Casey Foundation, focused on juvenile justice system improvement. In Indiana, JDAI is overseen by Indiana Criminal Justice Institute, Indiana Department of Correction, Indiana Supreme Court, Indiana Department of Child Services and Indiana FSSA: Division of Mental Health & Addiction.
Learn about the eight core strategies and statistics regarding JDAI.
Find out which counties are currently implementing JDAI.
Access a list of upcoming trainings and conference calls.
Access numerous resources related to JDAI.
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