Developing the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform's Research Agenda
With the creation of the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform (CJJR) Knowledge Lab, the Center is committed to providing research and resources that are valuable to those working to improve the lives of children, youth and families involved in the juvenile justice, child welfare and related systems of care. The purpose of this survey is to identify current gaps in knowledge that should be addressed by the Knowledge Lab in order to better support practitioners, policy-makers, advocates and others in serving these young people and their families.

You can help up by answering as many of the below questions as you can. Even brief answers will help us craft a research agenda that is valuable to our constituents.

What is your profession? Please include your title, agency, and division (if applicable). *
Your answer
Which of the following best categorizes the work of your agency? *
Have you participated in any of CJJR’s programs or events (e.g., technical assistance, Certificate Programs, Crossover Youth Practice Model, Youth in Custody Practice Model, webinars or conferences)?
How important do you think "research" is to your day-to-day experience of working with youth and families?
Not Very Important
Extremely Important
How interested are you in reading new research or resources on the following topics? *
Not Interested
A Little Interested
Moderately Interested
Very Interested
Extremely Interested
Family Engagement
Youth Empowerment and Partnership
Racial and Ethnic Disproportionality/Disparity
Special Populations (e.g., girls, LGBTQ, Native American youth)
Positive Youth Development
Multi-System Collaboration
Trauma-Informed Care
Evidence-Based Decision Making
School-Justice Partnerships
Program Evaluation
What are some additional topics, not listed above, on which you would like to see more research or resources? *
Your answer
What resources from CJJR are you must likely to utilize or benefit from? Please select no more than 3.
Is there anything else you want to tell us?
Your answer
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