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Wichita, KS 67211
This report provides an evaluation conducted by Wichita
State University of programs funded by the Kansas Juvenile Justice Authority
and the Sedgwick County Crime Prevention Fund.
This published document contains an assessment of risk factors and outcomes for
Sedgwick County and the comprehensive plan for juvenile delinquency prevention.
This strategic plan provides a framework for
community programming and encompasses strategies for a continuum of
effective programs for youth. The 18th Judicial District
Comprehensive Plan was updated and approved by Team Justice on May 3, 2013.
The Sedgwick County DMC Initiative utilizes cooperation and
collaboration of the justice, community and school systems to study and address
disproportionate minority contact at the
points of arrest and detention for probation violators to prevent youth from
moving deeper into the system.
Clients discharged from the community corrections system in 2009 were
checked at 6, 12, 24 and 36 months from the successful completion date from
Over the last two decades Sedgwick County
has been progressive and made great strides in juvenile detention reform.
Information on prevention and graduated sanctions programs was updated
and revised in January 2015. The programs document contains brief descriptions
for each program receiving funds from the Sedgwick County Community Crime
Prevention Fund, the city of Wichita Liquor Tax Fund and the Kansas Department
of Corrections - Juvenile Services Division.
The key initiatives the department is
working to accomplish have been revised. These initiatives show the
strategic directions of local activities for juvenile and adult corrections.
Article by Justice Management Institute, 2014
Mission: To assure quality public services that provide for the present and future well-being of the citizens of Sedgwick County.
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