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Write a 1,750- to 2,100-word proposal that includes the following:
Decide which type of evaluation is appropriate and how evaluation results will be used. Identify information system capabilities of systems used to gather evaluation data. Describe the qualitative and quantitative methods that will be used to evaluate program data. Designate responsibility for data collection, storage, and analysis. Develop mechanisms to provide feedback to staff, clients, and stakeholders. Explain ways to assess the relevance of stakeholder feedback.
Format your proposal consistent with APA guidelines.
Juvenile Justice Correction Facilities Anthony O Javier Professor Donald Munday University Of Phoenix Introduction and background Juvenile detention center which is also known as JDC is a secured residential program where in the young criminals are detained and confined for correctional treatment. These criminals await the court hearing and the placement in the long term care facilities or correctional facilities. The juveniles go through a separate system of court which sentences them to certain facilities and the programs according to the severity of the crime. Problem Definition The system of Juvenile detention facilities have been debated and questioned since very long time with respect to two problems: ineffectiveness and overcrowding of these facilities. The number of juvenile cases has been on constant increase since past fifteen years and because of which the issue of juvenile centers have come under scanner. The overpopulated centers lead to extremely dangerous environment for the young people there and mishandling of the administration of these facilities. The instability of the logistics and maintenance of the facilities has become almost insurmountable task in these facilities leading to the increased incidences of violence and mental disorientation in the juveniles. The problem of overcrowding also results in decrease in the availability of improvement programs and correctional methods for which they are brought to these facilities. In addition to the problem of overcrowding, these facilities are becoming increasingly ineffective and less impactful to improve the mental condition and behavioral issues in the juveniles and lead high juvenile recidivism rate. These centers are supposed to provide the basic needs for the education, mental health and other rehabilitation facilities for these young offenders who are disoriented with life and require re-channelization of their energy into right direction and positive platform for the future….