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									   Stage Two: Making Connections in your Community

Department of Juvenile Justice

Purpose            The purpose of this activity is to familiarize the trainee with the
                   resources available in the community to support the families
                   we serve. The trainee should become familiar with the
                   resource, point of entry for clients, services available, and
                   application process.
                   At the completion of this stage, the trainee should have the
                   basis for his/her Community Resource Guide.
Supervisor/        Direct participant Review the website
Training           Arrange for the trainee to visit the regional Youth Detention
Coordinator        Center.
                   Arrange for the trainee to meet and (if possible) shadow a DJJ
                   Probation Officer for several hours.
                   Assure that the trainee has the information necessary to make
                   contact with the community resource.
                     Provide a copy of the activity worksheet and resource
                       page.
Trainee            Review the Department of Justice website and frequently
                   asked questions at
                   http://www.djj.state.ga.us/CustomerService/DJJFAQs.shtm
                   l prior to contact with the DJJ Probation Officer and Regional
                   YDC
                   You will schedule and visit the community resource for a
                   minimum of 2 hours.
                     Ask questions and request clarification as needed to
                       complete this worksheet and Resource Sheet.




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Department of Juvenile Justice

The trainee has completed the worksheet, demonstrated satisfactory
comprehension of the subject and received feedback from the
supervisor/training coordinator and/or field practice advisor.

Trainee                                                          Date



Field Practice Advisor                                           Date



Supervisor/Training Coordinator                                  Date




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Department of Juvenile Justice Worksheet

1.      Identify your county protocol for working joint cases with DJJ.


2.       How does DJJ involvement differ from DFCS?


3.       Complete the Community Resource sheet for this resource.




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