Reports & Publications
Rincon-Gallardo, M., Hobbs, A.M., & Lesley, K. "Data-driven Strategies for Impacting Racial and Ethnic Disparity." Presented at the Nebraska Juvenile Justice Association Conference, May 2015, Kearney NE.
Hobbs, A.M., Thompson, V., & Hoffman, A. "Diversion in Nebraska." Presented at the Nebraska Juvenile Justice Association Conference, May 2015, Kearney NE.
Hobbs, A.M., Wiener, R., & Moore, S. "Evidence-based Nebraska!" Presented at the Nebraska Juvenile Justice Association Conference, May 2015, Kearney NE.
Hobbs, A.M. “Racial Profiling - in Nebraska?!" Presented to University of Nebraska Lincoln Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, February 2015, Lincoln NE.
Hobbs, A.M. & Miles Steffans, M. “Using Data to Ensure Equity in our Juvenile Justice System.” Presented at the Race Matters Conference, December 2014, Omaha NE.
Hobbs, A.M. & Wiener, R. “Evidence-based Nebraska.” Presented at the Nebraska Community Aid and Juvenile Justice Conference, October 2014, Lincoln NE.
Hobbs, A.M. & Campbell, J. “Service Learning in Criminal Justice: Focus on Juvenile Reentry.” Presented at the Campus Compact Heartland Conference, October 2014, Lincoln NE.
Hobbs, A.M. “Mentoring Youth Reentering our Communities.” Presented at the Midlands Mentoring Partnership Annual Youth Development Summit, March 2014, Omaha NE.
Hobbs, A.M., Wulf-Ludden, T.L., and Strawhun, J. 2013. "Assessing Youth Early in the Juvenile Justice System." Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Journal of Juvenile Justice.
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