Juvenile Justice, Department of

Report NumberRelease DateTitle
17-09 6/17 DCF and Its Lead Agencies Have Not Resolved Issues Related to Serving Commercially Sexually Exploited Children
17-06 3/17 Direct File of Children to Adult Court Is Decreasing; Better Data Needed to Assess Sanctions
16-04 7/16 Placement Challenges Persist for Child Victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation; Questions Regarding Effective Interventions and Outcomes Remain
15-06 6/15 State and Local Agencies Are in Initial Stages of Addressing Needs of Child Victims of Commercial Sexual Exploitation
10-55 10/10 Juvenile Justice Students Face Barriers to High School Graduation and Job Training
10-51 8/10 Legislature Clarified Responsibility for Educating Exceptional Students in Residential Facilities
10-42 5/10 Steps Taken to Improve Juvenile Justice Direct-Care Staff Screening and Training
10-38 4/10 Redirection Saves $51.2 Million and Continues to Reduce Recidivism
10-07 1/10 Youth Entering the State’s Juvenile Justice Programs Have Substantial Educational Deficits; Available Data Is Insufficient to Assess Learning Gains of Students
09-27 5/09 Redirection Saves $36.4 Million and Avoids $5.2 Million in Recommitment and Prison Costs
09-01 1/09 DJJ Should Monitor Network and PACE Administrative Services and Revise Policies to Serve Appropriate Youth
08-58 10/08 Pilot to Waive Fees for Delinquents Has Low Enrollment and Is Not Teaching Intended Skills
08-56 10/08 DJJ Should Use Evidence-Based Practices to Address Juvenile Gang Involvement
08-41 6/08 Redirection Program Achieves Lower Recidivism and a $14.4-Million Cost Savings Compared to DJJ Commitment
08-27 4/08 Responsibility for the Education of Exceptional Students in Residential Treatment Facilities Needs Clarification
08-07 2/08 DJJ Should Better Identify At-Risk Youth, Use Proven Prevention Models, and Revise Funding Practices
07-34 8/07 Pilot to Waive Fees for Parents of Delinquents Should Focus More on Parenting Skills
07-10 2/07 Redirection Pilots Meet and Exceed Residential Commitment Outcomes; $5.8 Million Saved
06-74 12/06 Progress Report: DJJ Has Reallocated Beds to Better Meet Needs and Improved Placement Processes
06-41 4/06 Health and Hygiene Costs Higher for Girls’ Juvenile Justice Residential Programs
06-34 3/06 Redirection as Effective as Residential Delinquency Programs, Achieved Substantial Cost Avoidance
06-21 3/06 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Corporation Made Progress But Needs More Narrow Focus
06-13 2/06 Effective Community Programs Could Reduce Commitments of Girls to Residential Programs
05-56 12/05 Gender-Specific Services for Delinquent Girls Vary Across Prevention, Detention, and Probation Programs
05-46 9/05 Qualifications, Screening, Salaries, and Training Affect Quality and Turnover of Juvenile Justice Employees
05-17 3/05 The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Corporation Has Not Addressed Its Responsibilities Fully
05-13 3/05 Gender-Specific Services for Delinquent Girls Vary Across Programs, But Help Reduce Recidivism
04-47 7/04 Progress Report: DJJ Prevention Makes Progress; More Analysis and Contract Monitoring Needed
03-76 12/03 More Youth Are Admitted for Less Serious Offenses, in Part to Meet Treatment Needs
03-74 12/03 Juvenile Bed Tracking System Improves; Bed Vacancy Rates High for Some Programs
03-73 12/03 Juvenile Justice Can Improve Its Quality Assurance and Program Monitoring Processes
02-62 11/02 Prevention and Victim Services Program Department of Juvenile Justice
02-47 9/02 Progress Report: Juvenile Home Detention Staff Reduced; Critical Secure Facility Posts Not Identified; Transit Changes Beneficial
02-42 7/02 The Juvenile Justice Residential Program Should Improve Contracting Processes
02-17 3/02 Most Delinquents Sent to Community Supervision; Program Could Improve
01-49 10/01 Misdemeanant and Non-Law Violation Youth in Juvenile Justice Commitment Beds
00-14 10/00 Progress Report: Agencies Are Following Through by Consolidating Administrative Services
99-56 6/00 Progress Report: Many Steps Taken to Improve Education at Florida's Juvenile Justice Facilities
99-45 4/00 Juvenile Detention Program's Performance Improved; Staffing Needs to be Revisited
98-75 3/99 Follow-up Report on Department of Juvenile Justice Residential Commitment Services
98-63 2/99 Follow-Up Report on Prevention Programs Administered by the Department of Juvenile Justice
98-28 12/98 Review of Education Services in Juvenile Justice Residential Facilities
98-16 10/98 Inventory of Information and Referral Services Offered Through the: Agency for Health Care Administration, Department of Children and Families, Department of Elder Affairs, Department of Health, Department of Juvenile Justice, Department of Labor and Emp
97-38 2/98 Follow-Up Report on the Draft Juvenile Justice Cost-Effectiveness Index
97-10 10/97 Follow-up Report on the Aftercare Program Administered by the Department of Juvenile Justice
97-07 9/97 Follow-up Report on the Control Program Administered by the Department of Juvenile Justice
97-02 10/97 Follow-up Report on the Juvenile Alternative Services Program Administered by the Department of Juvenile Justice
96-48 2/97 Review of the Department of Juvenile Justice Residential Commitment Services
96-35 1/97 Policy Review of Prevention Programs of the Department of Juvenile Justice
95-52 4/96 Review of the Draft Juvenile Justice Cost-Effectiveness Index
95-38 2/96 Review of the Administration of Aftercare by the Department of Juvenile Justice
95-01 7/95 Performance Audit of Community Control Administered by the Department of Juvenile Justice
94-36 2/95 Status Report on Boot Camps in Florida Administered by the Department of Corrections and Department of Juvenile Justice
12293 5/94 Performance Audit of the Juvenile Alternative Services Program Administered by the Department of Health and Rehabilitative Services