To determine program types and classifications, please refer to our Program Definitions document.
Effective Use of the Large Body of Research on the Effectiveness of Programs for Juvenile Offenders and the Failure of the Model Programs Approach (Lipsey, 2018)
The conventional conception is that an evidence-based program is a brand-name manual-ized program model supported by research demonstrating favorable effects on an outcome of interest. These are typically identiﬁed by one or another more or less authoritative or-ganization that has reviewed the pertinent research and reported its rating of the program in its registry of evidence-based programs. Familiar registries of this sort in juvenile justice include the Blueprints for Violence Prevention (now expanded as Blueprints for Healthy Youth Development), the Ofﬁce of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention (OJJDP)Model Programs Guide, and CrimeSolutions.gov. Examples of familiar programs targeting recidivism outcomes for juvenile offenders that appear in these registries include Multi-systemic Therapy (MST), Functional Family Therapy (FFT), and Aggression Replacement Training (ART). Although it does not always receive much emphasis in the respective registr ypresentations, it is understood that model evidence-based programs must be implemented with ﬁdelity to the program speciﬁcations before the effects demonstrated in the supporting research can be expected to be produced in practice. PDF
This video discusses how to add a case to an existing client in JCMS when the youth is in more than one program or returns to a program after being discharged.
This video shows steps to take to avoid duplicate youth being created in the system, and also how the system will notify you - the message that comes up - if you try to enter a duplicate youth.
This video goes over the steps for county/tribe leads to certify the aggregate referral and discharge data for all programs funded under their county/tribe CBA grant.
This video goes over the steps for county/tribe leads to certify the narratives for all programs funded under their county/tribe CBA grant.
This video details the process for creating, saving, and submitting a narrative for quarterly reporting in the JCMS.
This video will discuss data entry in JCMS as it pertains to the common fields across program types (address, school name, etc), including what a field turning red means, how to know that your data is saving if there is no save or submit button, and other frequently asked questions about JCMS data entry. This video is not program specific, meaning the information can be applied to all program types.
This video goes over the steps to delete incorrectly entered case types from youth profiles in the JCMS, and the steps to delete a youth profile in the JCMS. Profiles should only be deleted if they are a duplicate youth in the system or were entered in error. Case types should only be deleted if they were incorrectly selected from the menu (you intended to select a different program type from the menu). If you are not sure if a case or profile should be deleted from the JCMS, please contact JJI. For information on deleting diversion cases, please see the video on the diversion page.
This video reviews the steps to discharge a youth in the JCMS and explains the importance of providing the discharge date and reason.
This video reviews the steps needed to create and enter a new youth in the JCMS.
This video reviews the steps to use downloaded reports from JCMS to create pivot tables in order to help manage data.
This video reviews the steps to run Currently Open, Currently Closed, and Case Summary by Date reports in JCMS and how to download them to Excel spreadsheets.
This video reviews the steps to use Excel spreadsheets to review reports downloaded from JCMS.
This video reviews the steps to upload a quarterly reporting spreadsheet into JCMS for System Improvement, Mediation & Restorative Justice, and Incentive Programs.