YJI Lunch & Learn Webinar with Dr. Adam Fine

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"Families and Juvenile Probation: Dual or Dueling Supervision?"

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Join us for the next session of our “Lunch & Learn” webinar series. Every month, the YJI will bring to you the work of prominent researchers in the field of youth justice! Our “Lunch & Learn” sessions are designed to be interactive, informative, and thought-provoking.

We will be hosting Dr. Adam Fine, assistant professor in the School of Criminology & Criminal Justice at Arizona State University. Dr. Fine received his doctorate, specializing in developmental psychology and quantitative methods, from the University of California, Irvine. A developmental psychologist conducting research at the intersection of psychology, law, public policy, and criminology, Fine’s research broadly focuses on juvenile delinquency and juvenile justice. His current work centers on two areas: how youth develop their perceptions of law enforcement, the law, and the justice system, and how juvenile probation processes affect youth offending, employment, education, and attitudes. He is the PI of the Youth Justice Lab at ASU.

The webinar will take place on MAY 18 from 12PM - 1PM ET. We will webcast it live and will make the recording available on our website at a later date.

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In the last few decades, increasing attention has been paid to mass incarceration in the United States. Yet, incarceration represents a minority of individuals’ experiences with the justice system. In fact, probation is actually the most frequent form of correctional control in the juvenile justice system, with hundreds of thousands of youth placed on probation every year. While under the supervision, monitoring, and control of their probation officers, youth are also serving out their sanctions at home under the supervision, monitoring, and control of their parents/guardians. In essence, youth are under the dual jurisdiction of their family and their probation officers. It is unsurprising that juvenile probation departments consider parents to be their biggest allies but also their biggest opponents in the juvenile probationary process and are trying to find ways to enhance their participation, relationships, and trust. This presentation discusses projects related to family-youth engagement with juvenile probation.

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