Justice by Geography: Issues that Inequitably Impact Rural Youth

Teaching & Engagement, 2014


Results

Educated University students interested in the juvenile justice field on the unique juvenile justice and legislative issues facing rural communities. Students were placed with a rural juvenile justice professional or agency for two months to gain hands-on experience. The project created greater interest for juvenile justice professionals to actively pursue careers in a rural area.

Contributors

Anne Hobbs (PI), University of Nebraska at Omaha, School of Criminology and Criminal Justice

Partners

Nebraska Juvenile Justice Association
Nebraska State Bar Association
Nebraska Association of County Officials
Nebraska Juvenile Services Division
Nebraska Commission on Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice

Contact: Anne Hobbs, ahobbs@unomaha.edu