Track 3, Session 1: Juvenile Justice talks Part

cause this to be an important day for dialogue learning and networking today you’ll hear from experts from a wide range of fields from law enforcement to public health to you striving to make a difference in our communities the osu youth violence prevention advisory board was formed in 2007 to open dialogue between academic scholars and local practitioners look for the orange ribbon and actually it folks who are members of the board will stand up for just a second they do and we thank you and ask any of these folks what if they’ve been up to we’ve actually grown from 22 original members to 65 members and affiliates so you may be asking yourself why are we hosting a conference simple answers violence is a complex issue to the knowledge to find effective solutions there’s multiple sources of knowledge practitioners and those most affected by violence have a deep understanding of the problems they face but often their focus it’s selective researchers working separate from practitioners usually can’t get deep enough to get the full understanding of the complex problems that are apparent to practitioners there is truth in the old saying that you can’t see the forest for the trees but you can also miss the details of the trees if you’re focusing but all you’re focusing on is the forests so an integration of practitioner and researcher knowledge sources because it moves us on tour effective solutions through collaborative projects researchers practitioners and community members limited resources can and will be stretched further we hope this day will spark knowledge integration and collaboration I’m going to briefly go over a couple logistics and then we’re going to go it starts at H presenter has time if you have any questions or other logistics we can also you can also see where you register to ask some of those folks as well we need to acknowledge several important people who worked incredibly hard to make this event happen Anita Parker for those of you who haven’t met her she’s on staff at HDS ffs at OSU she served as the conference director in Colin Aden as a technical director their attention to detail and endurance demonstrates our commitment and passion to making a difference so thank you to both of them there’s other folks that we need to definitely acknowledge and thank come and they are acknowledged on your program for dr. Wilkinson’s welcome statement we do need to thank a Chinook Shelley blue Juan Martinez jasmine a queer Moreno Chris Riley Sarah Wallace Christine chef chiropractic Hodges Clinton White Teresa Potter and Mallory coterie thank you to all of you the other logistics I’m not going to go through completely because as I said you can go to the French film if you have questions about where to go the only thing i will mention is as you can notice in each room there’s video cameras I’m taking everybody so please make sure your cell phones are off and the only other thing that I mentioned is only lunches there are box lunches so you can feel free to go around to see the different posters you don’t have to stay in one spot and eat without further ado I’m going to go ahead and get started and announce our first speaker the first paper is by Jerry Sampson and she and burn NSW from University of Akron and networks at the Family Resource Center of Summit County Juvenile Court she is going to present choices for change prevention containment and resolution I feel rather quick there a lot of slides so don’t panic time my program is the domestic violence program in the juvenile court at some kind of human outboard the choices for change is a prevention containment and resolution program it relates to actions thoughts and feelings the prevention relates to the choices that you may contain med relates to the skills and doing things different and the resolution relates to the accountability and the desire for change using new tools and skills this brings together the choices for change the program philosophy is the encourage positive cognitive and behavioral changes in the better practice of self family me h the program purpose is to educate youth and families about message violence and provide tools to reduce future court involvement the materials that i use for this program was a book club stop the anger now and how to control your anger before controls you the purpose also is the need for intervention in juvenile court systems for first time offenders in domestic violence the interventions to reduce the recidivism usually a youth who is arrested for domestic violence on adverse effects will return within two weeks so I kind of juvenile court is working to be proactive regarding family violence issue and the research is needed to show outcomes for change utilizing out in space programming I wonder if literature review I found very low research in the juvenile domestic violence issue most domestic violence is related to partners adult partners all some of the programs that I study where the New York the California version programs that are slowing the recidivism and doing quite well my feeling is the need to address entire issues and teach use new skills for dealing with frustration the agency that i work at is the only resource center strength it opened in 2006 it’s in something that spins like I do not for building there are case management’s that address youth at risk for pregnant Argentines domestic violence truancy in the entries my hypothesis will pay per use involved an intervention program the first kind of fenders domestic violence lower the risk to reoffend the research methodology that was to be a sampling I would say that the youth were already on my kids love the internal validity was the court word that the youth were ordered to come to the new resource center they weren’t necessarily supposed to be in my group but they were supposed to be working with the Family Resource Center also the external validity that I find that that the only stability a new interaction and not being addressed as part of the fruit process that I done but continued research methodology was my data collection I did pre and post-test questions for needles in the group I just finished my third group actually yesterday the observation during the once a week to our 10-week session with you onsite observation with parents and guardians doing that without parents with me during the group process and I did documentation the measurements that I used was the group process meeting with parents and use twice in the telly program and the kind of their horses or the immersive as ammonia event the findings were that all the you that completed the pilot group which was the pre and post-test process have not when we arrested with mothers violence parents report of better behavior ability to deal with frustration after three months my hypothesis is supported by the research without the Doran’s pilot program my implications are during the research in primary secondary and tertiary to better understand and work for interventions to address the new appearance to understand the anger issue and the or caring issues to prevent further domestic violence and just as a visual this is a flow chart that shows all of the processes of the group that that I defined they had questions and questions about my information you know I actually we’re going to pull it off question we’re going to leave about 15 minutes at the end for questions for all that these are special which is a test okay and so if you do have a question just make note of it and we’ll have all of those up here at the end and they can address your questions but thank you