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Lenoir County JCPC. Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention - Center for the Prevention of School Violence. DJJDP - Center for the Prevention of School Violence. Center Vision.

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lenoir county jcpc

Lenoir County JCPC

Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention -Center for the Prevention

of School Violence

center vision

DJJDP - Center for the Prevention of School Violence

Center Vision

Every student will attend a school that is safe and secure, one that is free of fear and conducive to learning.

center mission

DJJDP - Center for the Prevention of School Violence

Center Mission

The Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention – Center for the Prevention of School Violence

serves as a resource center and “think tank” for efforts that are directed at guiding all of North Carolina’s youth toward becoming productive members of their schools and communities.

gangs national stat

DJJDP - Center for the Prevention of School Violence

Gangs-National Stat

The percentage of students reporting the presence of gangs at school increased from 21 to 24 percent between 2003 and 2005.

Indicators of School Crime and Safety, 2006

http://nces.ed.gov/programs/crimeindicators/ind_08.asp

district 8 gang surveys

DJJDP - Center for the Prevention of School Violence

District 8 Gang Surveys

Survey Methodology

  • 6th, 8th, 10th, and 12th graders in Greene, Lenoir, and Wayne Counties
  • Administered in November 2006
  • 786 surveys completed
  • Survey questions were from the Natl. Youth Gang Center; Community Guide
lenoir county gang surveys

DJJDP - Center for the Prevention of School Violence

Lenoir County Gang Surveys
  • 270 Surveys Completed
  • 120 Females (44.4%) and 134 Males (49.6%)
  • 16 students did not answer gender question
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DJJDP - Center for the Prevention of School Violence

Lenoir County Gang Surveys

Living Arrangements of Students that Self-Reported Ever Being a Gang Member

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DJJDP - Center for the Prevention of School Violence

Lenoir County Gang Surveys

Average Grades Earned- PopnAverage Grades of Self-Reported Gang Members

Mostly F’s (3.3%) Mostly F’s (5.6%)

Mostly D’s (3.7%) Mostly D’s (8.3%)

Mostly C’s (25.6%) Mostly C’s (41.7%)

Mostly B’s (51.1%) Mostly B’s (41.7%)

Mostly A’s (13.7%) Mostly A’s (2.8%)

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DJJDP - Center for the Prevention of School Violence

Lenoir County Gang Surveys

Relationship Between Self-Reporting Ever Being a Gang Member and Suspension from School, in the past 12 months

N=35 (who answered this question)

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DJJDP - Center for the Prevention of School Violence

Lenoir County Gang Surveys

How often have gangs been involved in fights, attacks, or violence at your school in the past 6 months? (students, %)

No answer (58, 21.5%)

Never (46, 17.0%)

Once or twice a month (34, 12.6%)

Once or twice a week (7, 2.6%)

Almost every day (12, 4.4%)

Don’t know (113, 41.9%)

effective school practices

Department of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention – Center for the Prevention of School Violence

Effective SchoolPractices

• Whole school-community effort

• Common language and understanding

• Awareness

• Professional development for all staff

• “Proven” programs

effective interventions

DJJDP - Center for the Prevention of School Violence

Effective Interventions
  • Identifying Early Warning Sings
  • Threat Assessment
  • Peer mediation
  • Alternatives to Suspension
accomplishing the mission

DJJDP - Center for the Prevention of School Violence

Accomplishing the Mission

Information Provision

800-299-6054

919-733-3388

www.cpsv.org

William.lassiter@ncmail.net

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DJJDP - Center for the Prevention of School Violence

Accomplishing the Mission

Technical Assistance

  • Workshops, trainings, facilitations
  • Program development, maintenance, research, and evaluation
the i vision

DJJDP - Center for the Prevention of School Violence

The “I” Vision

Every youth will live in a community that takes interest in, is involved with, and invests on behalf of all its youth.