In response to COVID-19, AEP is actively working with organizations involved in the arts and juvenile justice to share resources and insights on best supporting youth who are involved in the juvenile justice system, including youth in detention centers, during these difficult and unknown times.


 

RESOURCES FROM AEP + ORGANIZATIONS WORKING IN JUVENILE JUSTICE

 

Expanding the Arts Across the Juvenile Justice System
This Policy Brief captures the discussion, insights and policy considerations that came out of a Thinkers Meeting with 11 experts in the arts education and juvenile justice fields. It builds on the report, “Engaging the Arts Across the Juvenile Justice System,” by providing examples for building sustainable, arts-based programming.

 

Engaging the Arts Across the Juvenile Justice System
This Special Report explores research and programs that employ the arts along the juvenile justice continuum: in prevention, intervention, transition and healing.

 

 

Virtually Free: Arts Education and Juvenile Justice (AEP 2020 Virtual Gathering Plenary Session Recording)
This plenary session shares conversation with the “Virtually Free” film’s producer, director and teaching artists to learn more about how this film can be used to inspire juvenile justice reform.

Engaging the Arts for Positive Youth Outcomes (Webinar)
AEP Project Manager Krystal Johnson joins the Massachusetts Department of Youth Services and the Council of Juvenile Justice Administrators to discuss positive youth outcomes by engaging the arts across the juvenile justice system.

Conversation With AEP and Performing Statistics (Facebook Live Event)
AEP Project Manager Krystal Johnson joins Mark Strandquist and Gina Lyles from Performing Statistics in a conversation on the intersection of arts education and juvenile justice, moderated by AEP Project Manager Cassandra Quillen.

 


 

GENERAL RESOURCES RELATED TO JUVENILE JUSTICE
RESOURCES RELATED TO THE ARTS AND JUVENILE JUSTICE
PROGRAMS RELATED TO THE ARTS AND JUVENILE JUSTICE
    • Wisconsin
      Express Yourself Milwaukee Inc (EXYOMKE)*
    • (Multi-State) California, Indiana, Louisiana, New Hampshire, Ohio, Oregon, Virginia
      Transforming Juvenile Probation Certificate Program (Annie E. Casey Foundation, Georgetown University’s Center for Juvenile Justice Reform, Council of State Governments Justice Center)