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CJCACouncil of Juvenile Correctional Administrators
CJCACracker Jack Collectors Association
CJCACalifornia Junior College Association (now the Community College League of California)
CJCACalgary Japanese Community Association (Canada)
CJCACommittee for Jewish Claims on Austria
CJCAChristchurch Junior Cricket Association (New Zealand)
CJCACabin John Citizens Association (Cabin John, Maryland)
CJCAConnexion Jeunesse Canada Afrique
CJCACentral Jersey Claims Association
CJCACambridge Jewish Cultural Association (UK)
CJCAColorado Junior Cricket Association
CJCACouncil of Juvenile Corrections Agencies
CJCACairns Junior Cricket Association, Inc. (Australia)
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Along with guidance from CJCA, the experiences of places like the ones described above have greatly increased understanding about an array of different strategies for juvenile facilities to safely reduce room confinement.
CJCA yearbook 2012: A national perspective of juvenile corrections.
The CJCA is a national non-profit organization formed in 1994 to improve juvenile correctional services, programs and practices, and to provide national leadership and leadership development for the individuals responsible for their jurisdictions' juvenile justice systems.
Building on the momentum generated by the release of the toolkit, CJCA launched a training and technical assistance program in 2015 to help juvenile justice agencies reduce, limit and potentially end the use of isolation in secure juvenile detention and correctional facilities.
In 1994, Loughran founded the Council of Juvenile Correctional Administrators (CJCA) and served as its first executive director.
D'Amario Rossi was the first woman to be a member of the Association of Juvenile Corrections Administrators (later renamed Council of Juvenile Correctional Administrators, or CJCA).
* Council of Juvenile Correctional Administrators, CJCA Summer Business Meeting, August 11-13, Charlotte Convention Center, Charlotte, N.C.
A CJCA white paper: Defining and measuring recidivism.
In 1995, the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP), in response to the 1994 Conditions of Confinement study (Conditions of Confinement: Juvenile Detention and Corrections Facilities Research Report) of 1,000 juvenile facilities, awarded a grant to the Council of Juvenile Correctional Administrators (CJCA) to develop performance-based standards that would improve conditions in juvenile detention and correctional facilities.