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TREATMENT OF THE JUVENILE OFFENDER II ISSUES IN ASSESSMENT AND CASE PLANNING. DR. ROBERT D. HOGE DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY CARLETON UNIVERSITY OTTAWA, ONTARIO K1S 5B6 613-520-5773 robert_hoge@carleton.ca. ISSUES IN ASSESSMENT. PURPOSES OF ASSESSMENT.

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treatment of the juvenile offender ii issues in assessment and case planning

TREATMENT OF THE JUVENILE OFFENDERIIISSUES IN ASSESSMENT AND CASE PLANNING

DR. ROBERT D. HOGE

DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY

CARLETON UNIVERSITY

OTTAWA, ONTARIO K1S 5B6

613-520-5773 robert_hoge@carleton.ca

purposes of assessment
PURPOSES OF ASSESSMENT
  • DETENTION DECISIONS
  • WAIVERS TO ADULT COURT/MENTAL HEALTH SYSTEM
  • COMPETENCY TO STAND TRIAL
  • DISPOSITIONS/SENTENCING
  • PROGRAMMING DECISIONS
clinical vs standardized assessments
CLINICAL VS STANDARDIZED ASSESSMENTS
  • CLINICAL ASSESSMENTS RELY ON THE INFORMAL AND UNSTRUCTURED COLLECTION OF INFORMATION.
  • STANDARDIZED ASSESSMENTS REPRESENT STRUCTURED FORMATS FOR COLLECTING AND INTEGRATING INFORMATION.
psychometric instruments appropriate for use by mental health professionals
PSYCHOMETRIC INSTRUMENTS APPROPRIATE FOR USE BY MENTAL HEALTH PROFESSIONALS
  • STANDARDIZED IQ TESTS SUCH AS THE WECHSLER INTELLIGENCE SCALE FOR CHILDREN
  • STANDARDIZED PERSONALITY TESTS SUCH AS MINNESOTA MULTIPHASIC INVENTORY-ADOLESCENT
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BEHAVIOURAL CHECKLISTS & RATING SCALES APPROPRIATE FOR USE BY SYSTEM PROFESSIONALS WITH SPECIAL TRAINING
  • CHILD BEHAVIOUR CHECKLIST
  • ANTISOCIAL PROCESS SCREENING DEVICE
  • BROWN ATTENTION-DEFICIT DISORDERS SCALES
  • HOW I THINK QUESTIONNAIRE
  • CRIMINAL SENTIMENTS SCALE
broad based risk needs instruments
BROAD-BASED RISK/NEEDS INSTRUMENTS

DESIGNED TO PROVIDE BROAD ASSESSMENTS OF RISK AND NEED FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH YOUTH CRIME.

SOME ARE CLINICALLY BASED AND SOME ARE RESEARCH BASED

examples of broad based risk needs instruments
EXAMPLES OF BROAD-BASED RISK/NEEDS INSTRUMENTS
  • EARLY ASSESSMENT OF RISK LIST FOR BOYS/GIRLS
  • ESTIMATE OF RISK OF ADOLESCENT SEXUAL OFFENCE RECIDIVISM
  • STRUCTURED ASSESSMENT OF VIOLENCE RISK IN YOUTH
  • YOUTH LEVEL OF SERVICE/CASE MANAGEMENT INVENTORY
youth level of service case management inventory
YOUTH LEVEL OF SERVICE/CASE MANAGEMENT INVENTORY

PURPOSE

THE INSTRUMENT IS DESIGNED TO ASSIST THE PROFESSIONAL WORKER IN THE COLLECTION AND SYNTHESIS OF RISK, NEED, AND RESPONSIVITY INFORMATION AND THE LINKING OF THAT INFORMATION WITH CASE PLANNING.

components of the yls cmi
COMPONENTS OF THE YLS/CMI
  • PART I ASSESSMENT OF RISK AND NEEDS
  • PART II SUMMARY OF RISK/NEEDS
  • PART III ASSESSMENT OF OTHER NEEDS/ SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS
  • PART IV CASE MANAGER ASSESSMENT
  • PART V CONTACT LEVEL
  • PART VI CASE MANAGEMENT PLAN
guides for effective case management
GUIDES FOR EFFECTIVE CASE MANAGEMENT
  • EMPLOY STRUCTURED ASSESSMENTS OF RISK, NEED, AND RESPONSIVITY
  • OBSERVE THE RISK, NEED, AND RESPONSIVITY RULES
  • BUILD ON STRENGTH FACTORS
  • CONSIDER THE DEVELOPMENTAL LEVEL OF THE YOUTH
guides for effective case management continued
GUIDES FOR EFFECTIVE CASE MANAGEMENT (CONTINUED)
  • DEVELOP A POSITIVE RELATIONSHIP WITH THE YOUTH
  • SELECT EVIDENCE-BASED INTERVENTIONS
  • EMPHASIZE CAREFUL SELECTION AND TRAINING OF PERSONNEL
  • MONITOR PROGRESS ON A REGULAR BASIS
tips for case planning
TIPS FOR CASE PLANNING
  • DEFINE NEEDS IN SPECIFIC TERMS
  • PRIORITIZE RISK AND NEED AREAS
  • IDENTIFY RELEVANT STRENGTHS
  • IDENTIFY BARRIERS
  • IDENTIFY INCENTIVES
  • EVALUATE READINESS AND MOTIVATION FOR CHANGE
  • SELECT INTERVENTIONS
examples of evidence based programmes
EXAMPLES OF EVIDENCE-BASED PROGRAMMES
  • FUNCTIONAL FAMILY THERAPY
  • PARENT MANAGEMENT TRAINING
  • MULTISYSTEMIC THERAPY
  • MULTIDIMENSIONAL TREATMENT FOSTER CARE
  • AGGRESSION REPLACEMENT TRAINING
  • VIEWPOINTS
  • TIME TO THINK
  • EQUIP PROGRAM
examples of ineffective approaches
EXAMPLES OF INEFFECTIVE APPROACHES
  • NON-DIRECTIVE THERAPY
  • PSYCHOANALYTIC APPROACHES
  • TALKING CURES
  • MOST DRUG EDUCATION PROGRAMS
  • MOST SELF-HELP PROGRAMS
  • SHAMING STRATEGIES
  • ENHANCING SELF-ESTEEM APPROACHES
some provisions of the canadian youth criminal justice act
SOME PROVISIONS OF THE CANADIAN YOUTH CRIMINAL JUSTICE ACT
  • EXTRAJUDICIAL MEASURES (DIVERSION)
  • EXTRAJUDICIAL SANCTIONS
  • PROBATION
  • CUSTODY (OPEN OR CLOSED)
  • INTENSIVE REHABILITATIVE CUSTODY & SUPERVISION
  • POST-RELEASE SUPERVISION
attendance centre programme john howard society ottawa
ATTENDANCE CENTRE PROGRAMME[JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OTTAWA]
  • TARGET GROUP: HIGH RISK 16 & 17 YEAR OLDS WITH OPEN CUSTODY DISPOSITIONS OR RECENT RELEASE FROM CUSTODY
  • COMMUNITY-BASED TREATMENT PROGRAMME
  • PHASES: ASSESSMENT (YLS/CMI); INDIVIDUAL (CASE PLANNING/TREAT READINESS); GROUP SESSIONS; INDIVIDUAL (RELEASE PLANNING)
attendance centre modules counter point
ATTENDANCE CENTRE MODULES[COUNTER POINT]
  • ATTITUDE & BEHAVIOUR CHANGE
  • FRIENDS & OTHER INFLUENCES
  • ALTERNATIVES TO AGGRESSION
  • PROSOCIAL PROBLEM SOLVING
  • ALCOHOL & DRUG USE
  • EDUCATION & EMPLOYMENT
  • RELAPSE PREVENTION
a different street programme john howard society ottawa eastern ontario youth justice services
A DIFFERENT STREET PROGRAMME[JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OTTAWA & EASTERN ONTARIO YOUTH JUSTICE SERVICES]
  • TARGET GROUP: 16 TO 20 YEAR OLDS RELEASED FROM CUSTODY & HOMELESS
  • 12 APARTMENTS HOUSING 24 YOUTH
  • YLS/CMI ASSESSMENT AT INTAKE & CLOSURE
  • ASSIST IN ADJUSTING TO COMMUNITY LIVING & ADDRESSING SOCIAL, EMOTIONAL, EDUCATIONAL & EMPLOYMENT NEEDS
ottawa police diversion programme boys girls club ottawa police service
OTTAWA POLICE DIVERSIONPROGRAMME[BOYS & GIRLS CLUB & OTTAWA POLICE SERVICE]
  • DIVERSION PROVISION OF YCJA
  • DIVERT YOUTH OUT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM BUT PROVIDE NEEDED SERVICES
  • INITIAL DECISION AT DISCRETION OF POLICE OFFICER
  • STRUCTURED ASSESSMENT BY PROGRAMME STAFF
  • CHOICE OF ACTION: WARNING, FORMAL CAUTION, RERERRAL TO COMMUNITY SERVICES
  • MODERATE OR HIGH RISK CASES PROVIDED COMMUNITY-BASED TREATMENTS
programs of the durham family court clinic
PROGRAMS OF THE DURHAM FAMILY COURT CLINIC
  • FAMILY MEDIATION SERVICES
  • CLINICAL ASSESSMENT SERVICES
  • VIOLENCE PREVENTION PROGRAM
  • GANG PREVENTION PROGRAM
  • COLLABORATIVE DAY TREATMENT
  • COMMUNITY SUPPORT TEAM
  • INTENSIVE SUPPORT AND SUPERVISION PROGRAM
barriers to the delivery of services
BARRIERS TO THE DELIVERY OF SERVICES
  • LIMITED RESOURCES
  • INEFFECTIVE PROGRAMS
  • FRAGMENTATION OF SERVICES
  • EXCESSIVE MORALIZING
sources of optimism
SOURCES OF OPTIMISM
  • ADVANCES IN OUR UNDERSTANDING OF ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIOR IN YOUTH
  • ADVANCES IN OUR UNDERSTANDING OF WHAT DOES AND DOES NOT WORK
  • LARGE NUMBER OF COMMITTED PROFESSIONALS INVOLVED IN THE SYSTEM