Leadership Change at Nat’l Partnership for Juvenile Services
The Lexington, Ky.-based National Partnership for Juvenile Services (NPJS) has named Wayne Bear to serve as its interim CEO, succeeding Carol Cramer Brooks. Cramer Brooks had led NPJS since late 2011, and has stepped down to handle family issues.
Juvenile Justice Conference Week: Running Diary
In case ya missed it, Youth Services Insider spent last week traversing the country to hit both of the major national juvenile justice conferences. First was the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s JDAI Inter-Site conference in Phoenix; second was the National Partnership for Juvenile Services (NPJS) National Symposium in Pittsburgh.
Live from NPJS: Day Three of Juvenile Justice Conference Week
Greetings from Pittsburgh! From the desert heat of Phoenix, we descend out of the sky on rainy Iron City for the National Partnership for Juvenile Services (NPJS) annual symposium. This is leg two of Youth Services Insider’s juvenile justice two-step.
YSI: National Partnership for Juvenile Services, Day Two
Day Two of the National Partnership for Juvenile Services annual symposium. It’s Youth Services Insider’s last day in Louisville, the city that bourbon built. As a UConn basketball fan, it’s been painful to walk by the home court of our rival and current national champion on the walk to the conference every day from our room at the EconoLodge.