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YAP and John Jay School of Criminal Justice Present Prelminary Findings From Study

  • 3/21/2013 11:35:00 AM
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Dr. Michael B. Marks, YAP's National Research Director, co-presented with Dr. Douglas Evans from John Jay School of Criminal Justice, at the Academy of Criminal Justice Services annual meeting in Dallas on March 21st. The presentation, entitled "Impact of Advocacy Services on Academic Progress for Juvenile Justice Involved Youth", included preliminary findings from a study conducted by John Jay of YAP's Justice Programs. For more information, contact Dr. Marks at
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On Behalf of Our Youth: Recommendations for the 113th Congress to Promote Safe Communities

  • 3/13/2013 4:07:00 PM
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Today the National Juvenile Justice Delinquency Prevention Coalition (NJJDPC), a collaboration of many organizations working together to develop consensus on federal juvenile justice policy, released its recommendations to the 113th Congress, Promoting Safe Communities. As part of the NJJDPC Coalition, Youth Advocate Program, Inc. (YAP) urges Congress to act on these recommendations.As noted in the recommendations: On any given night, approximately 70,000 youth are placed in secure confineme...
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Colorado Avalanche Donate Tickets to YAP Youth

  • 3/12/2013 11:42:00 AM
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A group of 34 YAP Adams County, CO youth will see the Colorado Avalanche play the Edmonton Oilers tonight.  "Quality Time," a youth program sponsored by the Avalanche and the Colorado Beef Council, has donated tickets in one of the Pepsi Center's best seating sections, along with transportation, T-shirts, and food vouchers, to YAP. Adams County YAP Director Kim Sytten said, "We are extremely grateful for the opportunity to bring our youth to the Colorado Avalanche game. As in every contact ...
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Atlantic City YAP Receives Grant for Computers

  • 3/12/2013 11:40:00 AM
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3/12/13  YAP's Atlantic City program was awarded a $38,000 grant from the Casino Reinvestment Development Authority.  The funds will go toward a new state-of-the art computer lab. Said Director Lamont Fauntleroy, the computer lab will "help young people as far as jobs are concerned...applications are electronic, and some of the our kids...aren't able to have their own computers at home."  More.  Watch local NBC news video. 
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