Juvenile court diversion is an approach to help both youth and those harmed by their offenses heal and repair from their actions. Research shows that most young people age out of delinquent behavior with no intervention, by simply growing up; and diversion programs are a more productive way to prevent future arrests. Being involved in the court system does more long-term harm than good. In this episode we are joined by Diane Casale, Program Coordinator at the New Hampshire Juvenile Court Diversion Network, and Nicole Rodler, Juvenile Division Coordinator with the Rochester Police Department, who discuss how court diversion is a win/win approach for everyone.
Explore more on the topics and themes discussed in this episode:
NH Court Diversion Program – A membership organization seeking to expand accredited programs and support current programs with evidence-based resources across the state.
NH Probation Transformation – A web page with resources highlighting the efforts to transform NH’s probation.