By Benjamin Chambers, March 17 2009
Want to have your juvenile justice agency share information with adolescent substance abuse treatment providers? Worried about protecting youth privacy? Then I've got good news and bad news.
The good news? The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention's Information Sharing To Prevent Juvenile Delinquency Project has two free webinars on the subject:
- State Juvenile Records Laws and Interagency Collaboration - Part 1, scheduled for March 18th, 1pm - 2pm, EST.
- State Juvenile Records Laws and Interagency Collaboration - Part 2, scheduled for May 20th, 2009, 1pm - 2pm, EST.
The bad news? According to the website, both webinars are full.
--But wait! There's more good news:
- First, OJJDP will post more information about the webinars shortly (I imagine they'll offer them again, or offer recordings you can access at your convenience).
- Second, OJJDP has posted Guidelines for Juvenile Information Sharing, a great resource for any jurisdiction seeking to to improve its cross-agency, electronic information-sharing, while respecting confidentiality.
Updated: February 08 2018