The mission of the Wisconsin Juvenile Justice Network (WJJN) as a learning collaborative is to promote, support, and advance effective practice in working with youth and their families who are in or at risk of involvement in the juvenile justice system.
YEAR ONE GOALS
- GOAL I: Launch network with finalized organizational structure, mission, values, and foundational principles. (Within 6 months)
- GOAL II: Communicate and provide outreach to partners about WJJN in order to solicit input, identify needs and gaps. (Within 6 months)
- GOAL III: Develop a practice model or framework for statewide utilization which would serve as a common and consistent platform to guide mutual efforts of the juvenile justice system. (Within 1 year)
- GOAL IV: Develop a WJJN website for communication and information sharing in order to provide resources and information to an online community of juvenile justice stakeholders and practitioners throughout Wisconsin. (Within 1 year)
Information about the initial organizational structure and leadership of WJJN is available thru this link.